Sen. Joe Manchin (D-WV) would not rule out running against President Joe Biden in the 2024 presidential election during an interview with NBC's Chuck Todd on Sunday, who asked him several questions about his political future.
"I haven’t made a decision what I'm going to do in 2024. I have two years ahead of me," the senator said on Meet The Press.
"Everything’s on the table," he claimed.
However, he later told Todd that he isn't considering running for governor of his home state. Todd then asked Manchin if he's mulling over a presidential bid.
"The only thing I can tell you is what I will do is whatever I can, when I make my decision, what I think is best that I can support and represent the people of West Virginia, but also be true to this country and the Constitution of this country," Manchin explained.
The senator did not address Todd's query on whether he would run as a Republican or Democrat. Sen. Kyrsten Sinema, who Manchin works closely with, recently announced that she was leaving the Democratic Party and registering as an Independent.... (Read more)
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