G. McConway
July 20, 2023

Governor Sununu Confirms He Will Not Be Running for President

The ever-growing list of Republican candidates running for president in 2024 has finally started to slow down a bit.

One name that was expected to be on the list will not make it, which is a relief.

New Hampshire Governor Chris Sununu has announced that his hat will not be tossed into this ring, at least not in 2024, reported Politico.

Too Many

The list of people running is fairly comical right now, especially when you consider there are only two people in the entire field that have a realistic shot of winning.

Trump is obviously atop the pile, while DeSantis, albeit a distant second, is the only real threat to Trump getting the nod.

What is ironic is that it is widely accepted that the only way to beat Trump is to allow DeSantis to go head-to-head, but all these self-proclaimed saviors keep entering the race.

I mean, seriously… Asa Hutchinson?!

Sununu was expected to be one of those people, but he has decided to sit on the sidelines.

He stated, “After much consideration, I have decided not to run for another term as Governor in 2024. Be assured we will keep working and that the Granite State will continue to be our priority for the next 18 months,” reported The Hill.

He added, “When you look at what’s happening out there, you obviously have a very large field. I think the former President Trump is doing much better in the polls than folks thought. And when I looked at where my voice can be, how we make the Republican Party bigger, the responsibility that I think I have in terms of focusing on the Republican Party, and ultimately focusing on the opportunities for the country.”

This was the right decision for Sununu, as he simply does not have the profile to make this move just yet, and I doubt he will after his term is over.

As far as I can see, if Trump gets the nod in 2024, the favorites for 2028 would be Ron DeSantis and whoever Trump picks as his VP and Secretary of State.

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