The American political system is undeniably experiencing a chaotic period, with Republicans crowding the presidential race front, despite the fact that Democrat prospects appear entirely negligible. While some of these Republican candidates are serious contenders, many others are simply entering the fray as a publicity stunt – being entirely aware of the fact that they have no chance whatsoever of winning. However, despite all this, yet another individual recently announced their candidacy for president.
Breaking news, another useless republican has decided to waste everyone’s time and money by declaring his candidacy for president. Former Gov. Arkansas, Asa Hutchinson has announced his bid for the 2024 presidency.
Daily caller reports, the former Republican governor of Arkansas announced Sunday that he will run for president in 2024 during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week.”
In an interview with Jonathan Karl, Hutchinson explained.
As governor of Arkansas from 2015 until this January, Hutchinson was succeeded by Sarah Huckabee Sanders. Previously, he served as an official in the Drug Enforcement Administration under the George W. Bush administration.
Hutchinson was largely popular during his tenure in Little Rock, but he also received criticism after loudly criticizing former President Donald Trump and vetoing legislation that would have banned transgender medications and surgeries for minors. The veto was overridden.
According to Hutchinson, the Capitol riot on Jan. 6, 2021, disqualifies Trump from becoming president again, and he aims to chart the GOP’s post-Trump course in a more centrist direction.
With Hutchinson’s declaration, he joins Trump, former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley, and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy as declared candidates.
Just what we need, another no name politician willing to waste our time and money simply to remain relevant after failing to be a leader as a governor. Hutchinson’s chances of winning the nomination is as high as climate change being a threat to humanity. In fact I believe more in climate change than I do his chances.
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