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Former President Obama’s long-serving attorney general, Eric Holder, is considering a political run in 2020, possibly for president.
“We’ll see,” he said when asked about a bid for the Democratic nomination.
Holder, addressing reporters at a media breakfast sponsored by the Christian Science Monitor, said that he will make a decision this year.
Also asked if he planned a career in politics, he said again, “I’ll see.”
Holder, who was attorney general from 2009-2015 and handled several controversial cases for the former president, is running Obama’s group aimed at redrawing “fair” congressional district lines, the National Democratic Redistricting Committee.