The previous Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo, has declared that he might be running for the upcoming 2024 presidential run.
On a Fox News show, “One Nation With Brian Kilmeade,” Pompeo stated that he would be deciding in the “next few months” whether he will be campaigning or not.
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“I want to bring you to your next future. If you read your book, you understand you’re goal-oriented, and no goal is out of your reach if you choose to grind it out and do it and you look at yourself as a grinder. I wanted to tell you there’s two people you know quite well, that you served with, that are pretty much considering getting into the race and are virtually in it; it’s Tim Scott and Nikki Haley. Listen to them.”
The host stated:
“So, Mr. Secretary, on the 15th, Nikki Haley will be officially in. Tim Scott is on a listening tour that will result in a bid. What about you? Would you go against your former teammates and your former president?”
“I love Tim. I think the American people will get treated to a big group of conservative believers who are out there making their case for why they ought to be the next president of the United States. I hope everyone who thinks they’re that person goes after it and chases that and that we have a solid, reasoned, logical, serious debate about the direction of our country. It matters too much to do it any other way, Brian.”
“What’s your timeline?” Kilmeade asked.
“Next handful of months. Susan and I will think our way through this, keep praying, and figure it out,”
The host asked:
“Is there anybody in the race now you don’t think you could beat?”
“(Laughs). It’s not about who you are competing against. You are competing to convince the American people that you are the right person for the job at this time.”
“That is the concept. I hope everyone who engages in the campaign behaves in a way that justifies what the American people are demanding: serious, thoughtful, determined leadership that fixes the kinds of things we’re seeing in America today.”