Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., said this week she “definitely” plans to run for president again after bowing out of the 2020 race in August 2019 because she failed to meet the fundraising and polling threshold for the September debate.
“I definitely want to run for president again,” Gillibrand told Politico in an interview. “I learned so much on that campaign: about myself, about the country, about how to be successful as a politician. I became a much better speaker and became better at my job.”
The New York Democrat said she feels more “energized” than ever to be a senator, coming after she joined forces with Republican Joni Ernst of Iowa to push a bill to overhaul military sex crimes. And after years of pressing for it, federal paid family leave is gaining traction in her party. Ernst and Gillibrand
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