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Joe Manchin Finally Gives Answer On Potential White House Bid After Months Of Speculation

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Senator Joe Manchin stated on “Fox News Sunday” that he would not be a “spoiler” in the 2024 presidential election and emphasized that he has never been a spoiler in any election.

He mentioned that the decision about a potential third-party run would be clearer after Super Tuesday, and he will assess the situation at that time, considering the lay of the land and potential changes in the political landscape.

“For any third-party attempt, it would define itself by, let’s say, Super Tuesday. If there’s going to be any movement whatsoever,” Manchin said. (Trending: Bombshell UFO Footage Released To The Public)

“Well there are people in your party who do not think this third-party run is a good idea and have expressed it will hurt President Biden if it does come together,” Shannon Bream said.

“Former Speaker Nancy Pelosi said this ‘I think No Labels is perilous to our democracy. I say that without any hesitation.’ At what point would you make a decision that you think a third party run would be perilous to our democracy?”

“Let me just say I have never been a spoiler, nor will I ever be a spoiler on any election,” Manchin said.

“So we’ll just see where we are at that point in time. Right now, both parties seem to have a hard time with the candidates.”

“What is the point in time? Bream pressed.

“I think you start looking after Super Tuesday to find out what the lay of the land is going to be. A lot can change in the next two months. So let’s wait and see,” Manchin said.

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