Would John Kerry actually run for President again? Things didn’t work out too well for him in 2004. Yet during a recent appearance on MSNBC, he wouldn’t rule it out.
The Washington Free Beacon reports:
Kerry Doesn’t Rule Out 2020 White House Bid: ‘I Have No Plans’
Former Secretary of State John Kerry did not rule out running for president in 2020 during an interview Wednesday on MSNBC.
At the end of his interview on “Morning Joe,” host Joe Scarborough quipped Kerry looked tanned, rested, and—in a jab at the advanced age of many possible Democratic contenders—younger than a lot of people talking about a White House bid.
“Is it Kerry 2020?” Scarborough asked.
“I don’t make plans right now, honestly,” Kerry said. “I have no plans.”
The panel chuckled and noted that was “not a denial.”
“I’m not thinking about it,” Kerry said, adding Scarborough was a “troublemaker.”
“We think we may see you on the campaign trail,” Scarborough joked.
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Remember when the left mocked Republicans for having 17 primary candidates in 2016? Wait until you see how many Democrats run in 2020. With Hillary finally out of the way, the field is going to be very crowded. It’s probably safe to say there will be more than 17 people.