John Kerry Does Not Rule Out 2020 Run: "I Don't Have Any Plans Right Now"

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(Question about 2020 at end of interview)

On Wednesday's edition of MSNBC's Morning Joe, Former Secretary of State John Kerry discusses President Trump's UN General Assembly speech, what he calls Trump's "childish rhetoric," diplomacy first in North Korea.

Kerry does not completely rule out a run for president in 2020. Kerry was the 2004 Democratic nominee for president.

JOE SCARBOROUGH: You’re tan, you’re rested and ready. You’re younger than everybody else talking about running for president of the United States. Is it Kerry 2020?



JOHN KERRY: I don’t have any plans right now, honestly.

SCARBOROUGH: That’s not a denial.

KERRY: I’m not thinking about it.

SCARBOROUGH: You’re younger than most people talking about running right now in the Democratic Party.

KERRY: Thank you so much. You’re a troublemaker.


Former Secretary of State John Kerry discusses President Trump's UN General Assembly speech, what he calls Trump's 'childish rhetoric,' diplomacy first in North Korea and if he may run in 2020.:

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