Oprah-endorsed Stacey Abrams just made a massive announcement about the 2020 election
Stacey Abrams is the biggest rising star in the Democrat Party.
She hasn’t been able to get over her loss in Georgia’s governor race.
And to get her revenge, she just made a massive announcement about the 2020 election.
Stacey Abrams still refuses to concede in her failed 2018 campaign for Governor –- a contest in which she earned the much-coveted Oprah endorsement.
For doing this, she has become a hero among Democrats, who largely believe the election was stolen from her.
She has ridden that fame all the way up to giving the official Democrat response to Trump’s State of the Union.
And as it turns out, she isn’t done there.
While speaking to MSNBC, Abrams stated she is still considering running for the Democrat nomination for President.
She said that she will decide later, but can enter the race “as late as the fall and still have a chance to win.”
Breitbart News reports:
In a Thursday appearance on “MSNBC Live,” failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams addressed rumors she could enter the crowded field of 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls.
Abrams said she is still watching and trying to decide if she wants to enter the race, adding she is confident she could enter the race “as late as the fall and still have a chance to win.”
“I think we’ve got a robust crop of candidates and I think they’re having important conversations, but my mission is to make certain that we are keeping that attention focused all the way through the campaign. So, I’m going to keep watching and decide if I need to jump in,” Abrams shared.
She then declared, “I do believe I could enter the conversation as late as the fall and still have a real chance to win.”
With so many Democrats already running, it will not be surprising to see Abrams jump in the race.
Whether she wins or not, it will be a massive platform for her to gain name recognition far outside the state of Georgia – a top Democrat target in 2020 – where she is most known.
But even if she doesn’t run, she is a popular choice among many Democrats currently running to choose for Vice President.
Robert Francis “Beto” O’Rourke recently stated he would consider her as his pick, but he is very unlikely to make it that far with his falling poll numbers.