When you lose your own state by 55,000 votes is not the best time to consider running for president, but Stacey Abrams, the bitter old lady that lost the governorship in Georgia says she is considering running for president in 2020 and that she will decide within a month.
Abrams is best known for the 6 months of crying and the insistence that she didn’t lose, she was cheated. It’s not like the race was even close. I guess she figures that no one will cheat her out of the presidency. I hope she runs because she could win Georgia in the primary.
It would be great if no one has enough delegates when they get to their convention.
Democrat Stacey Abrams, the failed 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate whom Oprah Winfrey endorsed, laid out a timeline Thursday for deciding if she will run for president in 2020.
“I am thinking about it. I truly am,” she said after MSNBC host Mika Brzezinski told Stacey Abrams she should jump into a run for President of the United States in 2020.
“The timing for me is first deciding about the Senate,” Stacey Abrams told MSNBC. “Because I do think you cannot run for an office unless you know that’s the job you want to do. I don’t think you use offices as stepping stones”:
“My first responsibility is to determine whether a Senate run is right for me,” said Abrams. “The next conversation for myself will be, if not the Senate, then what else?” She acknowledged that she is on a quick timeline for making a decision. “I think the Senate decision is going to be pretty short term. I intended to do it in March, but because of my book tour, I had to push it back.”
“I do want to make a decision this month,” she said of a potential Senate bid. Abrams added that she does not think a decision on if she will run for president needs to be made until the fall.