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Former Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe revealed Wednesday he will not race in the 2020 White house says Virginians want him to cope in the community, the various “problems” at the country level.
McAuliffe to the fact that he beat President Trump “like a rented mule”, but in spite of his strong desire, and could be passed, he said to CNN anchor Chris Cuomo, “we have problems in Virginia.” He said his state has seen “many problems” since February, an apparent reference to the controversies of current Gov. Ralph Northam, where his use of blackface decades ago, and Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax on various allegations of sexual assault.
“Why are they in politics to help people. Where can you have the greatest impact on people? And the leadership in Virginia has reached me in the last two-and-a-half months. I spent until four o’clock in the morning on Saturday morning with the state party chair the whole night talking. I have a lot invested in this state, and I love that the condition,” explains McAuliffe. “We have the victory, the house and the Senate, because we can change it, we take it to the next level. So I was listening to the Virginians, and I’m going to help Virginians for the next six months.”
When asked what he thought, for the year 2020 in the area of the Democrats, he insisted that “most” could beat the trump card is, however, proposes that the former Vice-President Joe Biden had the best chance.
The Democrat expressed that he wanted to feel that Virginians that he was “abandoned” and thought he could make a “real difference” is much faster to his home than if he is an already crowded field of presidential candidates.
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McAuliffe, however, do not exclude a different point of view for the governorship in Virginia.
“I’m still a young man. You will see what happens,” McAuliffe, “but this is a real opportunity. I got it started. I need to finish it.”