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22 May 2019 05:50 AM EST

President Donald Trump will have to undergo a primary in a bid for re-election, but for now the Republican party competition is decidedly ambiguous. Trump has his work cut out for him however, Business Insider reports. He's got to bring the party together behind him despite an appetite from some Republicans for an alternative. One INSIDER survey from earlier this year found that while 33% of those who identified as at least slightly conservative backed the president fully and wouldn't consider voting for any challenger, 24% would prefer to back a qualified GOP challenger and 18% would be open to other GOP contenders.

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