READY TO LAUGH? OTHER THAN RON DESANTIS THESE “REPUBLICANS” MAY ANNOUNCE RUN FOR PRESIDENT
Now that it’s 2023, the kickoff to the 2024 presidential will officially begin, likely sometime in the summer. With Trump already running for the 2024 election, Ron DeSantis is also expected to announce a big for president to challenge Trump. But who else is running? A list put forth by The Blaze will make you laugh, as if any of these RINOs have a shot against either Trump or DeSantis.
Mike Pence Former Vice President Mike Pence, who served alongside Trump, has said that he believes there will be “better choices” than Trump — he has also said that “prayerful consideration” is being given to a 2024 White House bid “in our house.”
Mike Pompeo Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who served under Trump and also served as CIA director during a portion of Trump’s tenure, is also considering the possibility of a presidential run.
“I haven’t decided whether I’m going to run, and my decision whether to run doesn’t depend on what lane I’m in or who else gets in the race,” he said, according to Semafor. “So I don’t think about, how do you differentiate or how do you go scramble for some thin sliver, how do you get in the lane. I simply think about: What are the things that can deliver good outcomes for the American people, and can I be the person who can actually help go deliver that? That’s how Susan and I are thinking about whether we’re going to do this. If we conclude it should be someone else, we’re going to go work really hard for her or him.”
Don’t miss out on content from Dave Rubin free of big tech censorship. Listen to The Rubin Report now. Larry Hogan Outgoing Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan has said that people have encouraged him to consider running for president.
“I don’t think I’ve ever said that I was interested” in a presidential run, Hogan told Fox 5, adding that many people have encouraged him to run.
Hogan has said that in 2023 he will speak with family and friends and decide how he “can best serve” the country.
Liz Cheney Outgoing U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney of Wyoming — who is one of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach Trump in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot in 2021 and one of the two GOP lawmakers who served on the select committee that investigated the Jan. 6 episode — indicated in October that she had not yet arrived at a decision about whether to run for president.
Asa Hutchinson Outgoing Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has noted that he is considering a White House bid.
Nikki Haley Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Nikki Haley, who served in that role during a portion of Trump’s term in office, has seemed to indicate that she is weighing the possibility of mounting a presidential run, saying that if she chooses to jump into the contest, “we’ll finish it.”