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Republican Senator Tim Scott is officially exploring a possible bid for the White House in 2024.
Scott announced his plan to form a White House Exploratory Committee, which will set up potential plans for him to run.
“I’ve been doing a lot of thinking the past few months,” Scott said. “I’ve been thinking about my faith. I’ve been thinking about the future of our country. And I’ve been thinking about the Left’s plan to ruin America.”
I will never back down in defense of the conservative values that make America exceptional.
That's why I'm announcing my exploratory committee for President of the United States.
This fight is personal.
I want every American to have the same opportunities I had. pic.twitter.com/HV56pbyKdB
— Tim Scott (@votetimscott) April 12, 2023
Taking a step forward, Scott plans to visit New Hampshire this week as part of his Faith in America Tour.
He is visiting with locals, pastors, and Republican leaders.
“I look forward to being back in New Hampshire as part of my Faith in America Tour,” Scott said. “Granite Staters know freedom requires a renewed commitment to our founding principles and faith in the American people.”
Tim Scott is running for president in 2024. Any thoughts? pic.twitter.com/EBocnw0y4R
— The TRUMP PAGE 🇺🇸 🦅 (@MichaelDeLauzon) April 12, 2023
— LifeNews.com (@LifeNewsHQ) April 12, 2023
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His stop in the Granite State feeds speculation of his White House aspirations which would put him against the clear frontrunner, former President Donald Trump.
The Opportunity Matters Fund Action PAC has already put itself behind Scott in anticipation of his bid and has hired two political operatives in South Carolina — former SC Republican Party chairman Matt Moore as well as Gov. Henry McMaster’s 2022 campaign manager Mark Knoop.
According to Moore, they will both “lead a team focused on sharing Sen. Scott’s opportunity agenda and inspirational vision throughout the state.”
If he enters the field, Scott will join another South Carolinian, former Gov. Nikki Haley, as well as former President Donald Trump, former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and biotech entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.