Thursday on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” failed Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams refuted reports she had spoken with former Vice President Joe Biden about running on a joint ticket for 2020.
Abrams said she is open to talking with a nominee, but advised she does not believe in running for “second place.”
“I do not believe you run for second place, and I do not intend to enter a presidential race as a primary candidate for vice president,” Abrams stated. “If I enter the race for president, I will enter the race for president.”
“[O]nce we have a nominee, I am open to having conversations should I not be someone who’s running, I am open to conversations with anyone,” she added.
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