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The Stacey Abrams presidency

20 May 2020

2:26 AM

20 May 2020

2:26 AM

‘You don’t run for second place.’

That’s how Stacey Abrams responded when asked if she would consider being presidential hopeful Joe Biden’s running mate during a March 2019 interview on ABC’s The View. Annoyed at the posed hypothetical, the 2018 Democratic Georgia gubernatorial candidate’s answer lacked a basic understanding of her place in the Democratic party.

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