Stacey Abrams, the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial candidate considered a rising star in the Democratic Party despite her defeat,
announced Monday that a 2020 presidential bid is “definitely on the table” – just hours after seemingly telling attendees at the South by Southwest (SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas, that she wouldn’t be ready to run until at least 2028.
Abrams, 45, who repeatedly blamed voter fraud for her defeat in Georgia, became the first African-American woman to deliver a formal State of the Union response earlier this year.
In that nationally televised address, she hurled epithets at the White House and emphasized her time leading Democrats in the state House of Representatives – experience that, on Monday, she initially appeared to recognize as insufficient to support a presidential candidacy…
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