The Republican Party has always tried to portray itself as the party of managers and executives, the party that knows how to lead and direct government. So it was no surprise when, at the start of the 2016 cycle, many pundits predicted that Republicans, sick of Obama’s apparent failure as a chief executive, would probably plump for a governor.
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