The Republican governor of Arkansas came out on Sunday against a potential 2024 White House run for former President Donald Trump, again arguing that the twice-impeached ex-president “should not define” the future of the Republican Party.
During an interview on CNN’s State of the Union, Gov. Asa Hutchinson was asked by host Dana Bash about Arkansas State Sen. Jim Hendren—who is Hutchinson’s nephew—announcing his departure from the GOP over Trump’s incitement of the Jan. 6 insurrectionist riot at the U.S. Capitol.
“It saddens me and it’s certainly a warning sign to us that there are many out there that would like to see a more civil dialogue and so I have tremendous respect for his—what he announced or what he’s thinking there,” Hutchinson said.
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