EXCLUSIVE: What's on the table and what isn't when it comes to the possible North Korea summit? @jeffflake tells @chucktodd "A lot of people are questioning where we really are." #MTP pic.twitter.com/8vWn6amJbf— Meet the Press (@MeetThePress) May 27, 2018
This isn't the first time the Senator has challenged Trump. Time will tell if this is only speculation or something he actually wants to accomplish.
Retiring Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake said Sunday that he has "not ruled out" running against President Trump in the 2020 presidential election.
Flake told NBC host Chuck Todd that it's "not in my plans" to run for office, but that he has not yet closed the door on the possibility.
"I do hope that somebody runs on the Republican side other than the president," Flake said.
Flake said a Republican primary opponent would hopefully remind Trump "what conservatism is" and what his party previously stood for.