(TargetLiberty.org) – On Thursday, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez (R) stated that he had not ruled out the possibility of placing a 2024 White House bid, but stated that he was going to be making a decision “soon” about whether or not he would be joining the presidential race.
Suarez in an interview with NewsNation’s Blake Burman on “The Hill” stated that he was “strongly considering” joining the GOP primary race. He added that he was expecting to make a decision soon, especially considering that the debates are also coming up. The first primary debate is scheduled for August 20th. He added that for someone like him who is not known nationally, so the debate is an important place to “sell your story.”
The presidential race is currently led by former President Donald Trump, and his greatest challenger is believed to be Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), who has not yet announced his presidential campaign but is expected to launch within the next week.
When asked about possibly being Trump’s running mate if he was offered the position, Suarez stated that it was still “early.” He added that he had not yet decided whether or not he would be joining the race, but that if he decides to run for the White House then he would fight to win the Republican nomination. He added that questions about the running mate would be determined later on and that it was still too early.
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