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Monday, March 4, 2019

Morning Jolt: Democrat Eric Holder Decides Not to Run for President

Making the click-through worthwhile: Eric Holder decides he doesn't want to run in 2020; Democrats start talking up Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for mayor of New York City in 2021; an argument about NeverTrump, CPAC, and what it takes to get conservatives to listen; and a stray thought about America's most embarrassing governor and offseason football.

Shocking News: A Democrat Decides He Doesn't Want to Run for President

Former Attorney General Eric Holder isn't running for president. Man, that decision came fast . . .  and furious.

His decision is a shame, because he had a lot of good options for slogans, such as, "Vote for me, you nation of cowards." Or, "As president, Eric Holder will send our hopes to the moon, our dreams to the stars, and our guns to Mexico."

You may recall that in October ...

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Democrat Eric Holder Decides Not to Run for President

Jim Geraghty

Making the click-through worthwhile: Eric Holder decides he doesn't want to run in 2020; Democrats start talking up Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez for mayor of New York City in 2021; an argument about NeverTrump, CPAC, and what it takes to get conservatives to listen; and a stray thought about America's most embarrassing governor and offseason football.

Shocking News: A Democrat Decides He Doesn't Want to Run for President

Former Attorney General Eric Holder isn't running for president. Man, that decision came fast . . .  and furious.

His decision is a shame, because he had a lot of good options for slogans, such as, "Vote for me, you nation of cowards." Or, "As president, Eric Holder will send our hopes to the moon, our dreams to the stars, and our guns to Mexico."

You may recall that in October ... Read More

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