By Matteo Venieri
BU News Service
EXETER, N.H. – Bill Weld spent the weekend in New Hampshire securing voters in his run against President Donald Trump in November’s election. During an event at a bookstore in Exeter, the former Massachusetts governor explained all the reasons why he sees himself as the right candidate for the presidency.
Unlike Trump, Weld said he had progressive views on climate change, education and immigration. At the same time, he believed that Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have such radical ideas that they could alarm independents and moderate democrats.