John Kerry wants nothing more than to take down Trump.
He is working to do that every single day.
And he just dropped massive news about the 2020 election.
John Kerry wants to be President.
After losing badly in 2004, there have been rumors of him running every election cycle since.
And now that Trump is in office, those rumors are beginning to resurface with Kerry jumping into the news cycle more and more often.
But as it turns out, his run will likely not happen, and it all comes down to this person.
Because he is an Obama loyalist, he is waiting for whether former Vice President Joe Biden decides to run or not.
“I want to see what Joe is going to do,” Kerry told the New York Times.
But if Biden decides not to run, Kerry may go for it.
“I’ve said I’m not going to eliminate, I’m not taking anything off the table,” Kerry said.
“But I’m not sitting around — I haven’t been running around to the most obvious states, laying any groundwork or doing anything. Am I going to think about it? Yeah, I’m going to think about it, I’ve said that point blank.”
A Kerry Presidential run would be great for President Trump.
The two are polar opposites on many of Trump’s biggest issues.
Kerry is a globalist who wants to put the interests of the rest of the world before the United States.
President Trump is an American nationalist who is not afraid of putting America first before even considering helping other countries.
Trump is negotiating trade deals that benefit Americans, resulting in massive job growth and employment.
In contrast, Kerry only cares about what the rest of the world thinks about America, even if that means allowing them to rip us off.
After Trump shut down the disastrous Iran nuclear deal, Kerry worked behind the scenes to try and negotiate with Iran—a move that may be illegal.
Kerry is also responsible for radical left-wing treaties like the U.N. Small Arms Treaty which will sign away Americans Second Amendment rights to the United Nations if it is ratified.
Trump will surely be able to point out all of Kerry’s flaws in a way that only he can.
But even if Kerry decides to run, he’ll need to get the party’s nomination first.
And the field is becoming so crowded that there’s no telling who will end up as the Democrat nominee.
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