Former Secretary of State, Senator and failed presidential candidate John Kerry would not rule out a bid for America’s highest office in an interview with Margaret Brennan of “Face The Nation.”
“We are in a moment of crisis for our country,” Kerry told Brennan. “The world is in a moment of crisis.”
Kerry is certainly speaking liking a Democrat politician. Whenever a Republican holds office the world is automatically in a state of “crisis.”
When asked directly if he would consider running for president in 2020, Kerry obfuscated.
“Talking about 2020 right now is a total distraction and waste of time,” he said. “What we need to do is focus on 2018. We need to win back the confidence of the country to move in a better direction, and to do it in sensible ways.”
Again, like a good politician, Kerry was short on details. He did reveal some of his concrete plans to Brennan, though.
“I’m going to continue to be an activist,” he said. “I’m going to continue to fight.”
Kerry was Secretary of State under President Barack H. Obama, and is now infamous for his role in constructing the disastrous Iran deal, where the radical Islamic nation verbally promised to denuclearize in exchange for billions of dollars in U.S. cash.
President Donald J. Trump is working to right the ship in the Middle East and clean up the mess that Kerry and his globalist pals left behind.
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