Here’s Every Time That James Ducked A Question About Trump

James “Has Been Largely Silent in Recent Months on the Question of His Support for Trump,” Now Won’t Say If He’ll Appear With Him Tomorrow

Failed Senate candidate John James still isn’t saying whether he’ll show up at tomorrow’s rally with President Trump. For James, hiding from Michiganders and ducking hard questions about the president is par for the course.

Here’s a list of every time James has ducked the media, and specifically questions about President Trump, so far this year: 

MLIVE: “James has remained silent on the President’s conduct. James’ campaign did not respond to a request for comment.”

CNBC: “James’ campaign did not immediately respond to a request to comment on where the GOP candidate stands on impeachment.”

NBC News: “Peters’ potential Republican challenger, John James, has stayed silent on impeachment.”

Free Press: “James, whose campaign said he…wouldn’t be able to talk to the Free Press, wasn’t available to discuss…The Trump factor could also help explain why James — who has been concentrating more on raising money than openly campaigning — has been largely silent in recent months on the question of his support for Trump and House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry.”

The Hill: “The James campaign did not respond to a request for comment from The Hill regarding if it had received an invitation to join Trump at the rally.”

MLIVE: “Dulio wondered whether GOP Senate candidate John James will make an appearance at the Battle Creek rally. James’ campaign could not be reached for comment.”

Metro Times: James “did not respond to Metro Times’ repeated attempts to reach him for comment on the president’s racist tweets.”

Detroit Hour: “James will also be shackled by his ties to the 2020 ballot-topper, President Donald Trump…James, 38, did not return several calls or any emails seeking an interview for this article.”

JUST LIKE TRUMP

JOHN JAMES BROKE HIS PROMISES TO MICHIGAN

John James took nearly $2 million in tax breaks on the condition that he would create 108 jobs — instead, he cut 32 Michigan jobs. Why did John James break his promise and lie to Michiganders?