During an interview on Thursday, Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams continued to fuel rumors of a possible 2020 presidential run, and said that while she is still deciding, she believes she could enter the race “as late as the fall and still have a chance to win.
“I’m going to keep watching, and decide if I need to jump in,” said Abrams, discussing the crowded poll of Democrats seeking the party’s nomination in the upcoming election.
Abrams added, “I do believe I could enter the conversation as late as the fall, and still have a real chance to win.”
Stacey Abrams on potential presidential run: “I do believe I could enter the conversation as late as the fall and still have a chance to win.” pic.twitter.com/ZTwnWwtbKp
— MSNBC (@MSNBC) May 16, 2019
Social media commentary, however, indicated that many voters seem disinterested, while other, more decidedly liberal voters continued to urge Abrams to seek a Senate seat, instead.
Oh yes, please run
— Pittsburgh Sports Trump Fan (@TrumpPirates) May 16, 2019
More mediocre women, who can’t win state elections….It must be their privilege.
— Kermit the Log (@BurtKurtzer) May 16, 2019
— TONY WILLIAMS (@kudzowt) May 16, 2019
The Georgia Beto!
— Audrey Alex (@aalex2) May 16, 2019
Keep telling yourself that😂😂😂
— Bruce Bynum (@bbynum57) May 16, 2019
— Dr. William Ferrara (@Williamferrara4) May 16, 2019
Not remotely prepared to be president
— getreal (@citycntrybeach) May 16, 2019