Former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld has announced he’s entering the White House race, making him the first Republican to go up against President Trump in the 2020 contest.

While Trump wants to “Make America Great Again,” according to the campaign slogan that has come to be associated with the far right, Weld says “America deserves better” in a three-minute campaign announcement video. The film includes clips of Trump mocking the late Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., making fun of a disabled journalist and making disparaging comments about women in the infamous “Access Hollywood” recording, NBC News reports.

Weld, 73, ran for vice president in 2016 with former New Mexico governor Gary Johnson on the Libertarian ticket.

While the Democrats have no fewer than 15 candidates who want to take the White House back, Weld is the only Republican so far who has made the announcement to challenge Trump.

Weld’s announcement came via multiple platforms including social media.

In a statement published by NBC News, Weld said, “It’s time for patriotic men and women across our great nation to stand and plant a flag. It is time to return to the principles of Lincoln — equality, dignity, and opportunity for all. There is no greater cause on earth than to preserve what truly makes America great. I am ready to lead that fight.”

Weld added that “he believes that we must preserve the democratic institutions of our Republic: the rule of law, a free and open press, and America’s global leadership in maintaining a freer, safer world.”

Weld, like Barack and Michelle Obama, is a Harvard Law School graduate. He was governor of Massachusetts from 1991 to 1997. He also was U.S. attorney for the District of Massachusetts from 1981 to 1986.

Weld supports abortion and same-sex marriage and is on the board of a cannabis company that seeks to ease regulations, Axios reports. In 2008, he endorsed Obama over McCain for president. In the 2012 race, he supported former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney over Obama for president.

When it comes to the economy, however, Weld runs conservative and cutting spending is a priority for him, Axios reported.