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Moulton 'Thinking About' 2020 White House Run

If Seth Moulton does join the 2020 presidential primary race, he'll face a crowded Democratic field

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    Moulton Discusses Possible Presidential Run

    Rep. Seth Moulton is thinking about making a run for the White House.

    (Published Monday, Feb. 11, 2019)

    What to Know

    • Seth Moulton first told BuzzFeed News he's considering a 2020 run for the White House.

    • The rising political star recently made headlines for criticizing House Speaker Pelosi for assuming the leadership role.

    • Moulton's most recent trip to New Hampshire was earlier this month.

    Rep. Seth Moulton is weighing a 2020 run for president.

    Matt Corridoni, Moulton's communications director, confirmed to NBC10 Boston that the two-term Massachusetts Democratic congressman "is thinking about" joining the race to be his party's presidential nominee.

    A rising political star who recently saw a backlash for criticizing U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi assuming the role of House Speaker and may face primary challengers himself, Moulton first told BuzzFeed News he was considering running for the nation's highest office.

    "I think it would be valuable to have a commander-in-chief who's had to make life-or-death decisions before," Moulton told BuzzFeed News, referring to his experience as a former Marine Corps officer, later adding, "and I think we need leaders who are focused on the future. Who are respectful of the past but are ready to turn the page, and chart a bright new course for this country."

    Moulton, Kennedy Speak Out on Partial Government Shutdown

    [NECN] Congressmen Seth Moulton, Joe Kennedy Speak Out on Partial Government Shutdown

    With no signs of compromise on either side of the isle, the partial government shutdown entered day 24 on Monday. Two Massachusetts members of Congress say given the bipartisan support in Congress on immigration issues, it's really about President Donald Trump who won't take "yes" for an answer.

    (Published Monday, Jan. 14, 2019)

    Moulton has already visited New Hampshire, Massachusetts' neighbor to the north, which hosts the first 2020 presidential primary. His most recent visit was earlier this month.

    If he does launch a campaign, he'll be joining a crowded Democratic field that already includes another Massachusetts lawmaker. U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Warren officially kicked off her presidential primary campaign over the weekend in Lawrence.

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