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It is a time-honored tradition, and with the growing crop of 2020 is no exception to the rule proves.
A number of Democratic candidates to enter the race, had previously ruled out running for the Oval Office, with some also do so while trying to win the election to the lower offices.
New York City mayor Bill de Blasio was the last Democrat to do so, as he is not denying officially his candidacy on Thursday, which will be executed by the sixth 2020 hopeful this election cycle for the President that he had no intention.
During a Democratic mayoral primary debate in the year 2017, de Blasio, a promise was prompted, that he would serve all four years of his next term as mayor of NYC and was running in the year 2020.
“I’m looking forward to that camera right there,” de Blasio pointed to the camera, “my colleagues at the New Yorker, I am running for one thing and one thing only – for the re-election as mayor of New York City. It is an honour for me, mayor of this great city. I want to serve for four more years.”
“You pledge to serve for four more years?” NY1 spectrum News political reporter Grace Rauh asked.
“I’m going to serve for four years,” de Blasio NYC residents insured.
De Blasio, of course, is in good company.
Three senators Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., and Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, were all re-elected in the 2018 midterm elections. All three of them, but so far, expressed you have been running simply to keep your level of office.
In March 2018, Warren was asked on “Meet The Press”, if you would promise them a full term of six years.
“So, look, I’m not declared to be running for President of the United States,” Warren. “I’m running for the Senate of the United States in 2018, Massachusetts, woohoo!”
“I mean, get you on this, but do you know how many people have said that over the years?” NBC News’ Chuck Todd later responded to the note to not serve you, you promise to really, you will have the full term to maturity. “Two years ago, and then, of course, at the end of running for President? You don’t see, why many people believe that this answer?”
Warren, to double, said she was “running” for President, Todd was drawn to the “presence.” You did promise, so a month later, when asked by the reporters.
“Yes, that is my plan,” she said at the time.
During an August 2018, debate, Klobuchar tried to dispel the rumors that she was going against President Trump in the year 2020 by pledging they would finish their term of office.
“Of course I will said,” Klobuchar. “I think my record shows that. I love working in the Senate. I love Minnesota represented.”
Gillibrand was pressed to run a presidential candidate, during a debate in October 2018.
“I serve my term of six years,” Gillibrand explained.
“Honestly, I don’t believe that” their GOP opponents Chele Farley scored.
Former Congressman Beto O’rourke insisted, in September 2018, that he would remain in the Senate, when he beat the incumbent, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Tex, and rejected the idea that he would Biden be former Vice-President, Joe, the future of the running mate.
“I don’t have you not asked me in this position of public trust and I could ask you, with good conscience, if I want to serve every single day of the next six years of trying, this condition says that in this country better,” O’rourke said. “You have my commitment tonight. I will not run for any other office in these six years. It is 100 percent for Texas, as a U.S. senator.”
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To have on the search after his re-election in the house of representatives, Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass, rails, to lock the door-2020 offer in October last year.
“I’m not running for President, “period”,” Moulton McClatchy said. “I just want to serve the country the best way I can. Right now, that’s as a representative of the Sixth district of Massachusetts.”
Moulton did leave open the possibility of a change of plans before the year 2020.
“I don’t think it’s the best way I can serve the country right now… Whether that’s to change, I would keep it, but I don’t think it’s the best way I can serve the country,” Moulton said.