The report also indicated that the only political interest for Trump Jr. at the moment is helping his dad win re-election in 2020.
Donald Trump Jr. has no interest in running for a soon-to-be-vacant U.S. Senate seat in Wyoming, according to four people in his inner circle, despite intense pressure from former presidential insider Steve Bannon and Republican fundraisers.
Mike Enzi, a 75-year-old senator in his fourth term, announced Saturday that he won't seek re-election in 2020. Wyoming's rock-solid conservative majority will make the open seat easy pickings for any well-connected Republican who is nominated to replace him.
'I think he could win by forty points,' a person familiar with Don Jr.'s thinking said Tuesday. 'He has tremendous support out there, but he's not doing it.'
A mixture of hard-right conservatives and political consultants have spent the past four days peppering people close to President Trump's outspoken eldest son about his interest.