John Kerry does not exclude, 2020, talk dismisses, as a ‘total distraction’

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The former Secretary of state John Kerry has refused to rule out a run for the White house in the year 2020, say that talk is at this time a “total madness” and is urging the Democrats instead of focusing on the looming mid-term race.

“Talking about 2020 right now is a total distraction and waste of time,” Kerry said in an interview with CBS News’ “Face the Nation”. The interview is set to air Sunday.

“What we need to do is to focus on 2018. We need to win back, to move the confidence of the country in a better direction, and in a reasonable manner,” he said.

Kerry ran unsuccessfully for the presidency against President George W. Bush in 2004. He went on to serve the highest diplomat under President Barack Obama, where he led some of Obama’s most important foreign policy goals-including the Iran nuclear deal ” and the Paris Convention on climate the nation’s

President Trump has withdrawn, the United States equivalent of the two.

Now, Kerry is a new book out, “Every day is Extra,” and he told CBS that both the country and the world “in a moment of crisis.” But not the intervention in 2020 to speak at this point, he said he will continue “to be an activist.”

“I will continue to fight,” he said.

In January, the Israeli newspaper Maariv reported that Kerry, on a visit to the Middle East, told Palestinian officials he was considering to run for President in the year 2020.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.



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