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Ryan E.
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January 15, 2023

Asa Hutchinson Just May Run For President In 2024

He's "sending signals."

Former Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson just may decide to run for the President of the United States in 2024.

Even Hutchinson has had to admit that his recent multiple trips to Iowa, the state whose caucuses kick off the GOP presidential calendar, are a sign that he is SERIOUSLY considering trying to win the White House in 2024.

"Going to Iowa probably does send some signals that your serious about looking at 2024," Hutchinson said just after completing eight years as governor.

Asa Hutchinson has been replaced in office by Sarah Huckabee Sanders, but he isn't ready for retirement. He's been on the move since the day he left office as a result of being term-limited.

Hutchinson claimed the trips to Iowa gave him "an opportunity to listen to Iowans and their leaders about the challenges they face and also solutions that they’re looking at."

He's already looking into how Biden's blunders, especially at the border, are impacting America in states like Iowa. It's Biden's "failed policies" that have allowed the "border crisis and fentanyl that hits Iowa."

"The decisions would need to be made early in the second quarter or sometime in the first quarter," Asa said. "I’m not setting an artificial timeframe — I’m wanting to make sure that if I did become a candidate, that there would be the kind of financial support that’s needed."

"You measure the response to our vision and your message for America as well as making sure that you can be a strong candidate if you did jump in. That’s what I’m doing now."

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