Did Andrew Gillum And Barack Obama Meet To Discuss Possible 2020 Run?

Andrew Gillum met with former President Barack Obama in Washington on Tuesday, amid ongoing speculation that the former Democratic nominee for Florida governor might be considering a potential 2020 presidential bid. Sources close to the one of the camps confirmed the meeting with CNN.

While details of the conversation are unknown, there is major speculation that talks of a possible presidential run could have been discussed.

Gillum was in The District to speak at the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights. Obama supported Gillum during Florida’s governor race.

Gillum said to the crowd, “What I am committed to doing between now and 2020 is doing everything I can to make the state of Florida available and winnable for the democratic nominee for president.”

CNN reports —

Obama has met in recent months with a lengthy roster of possible 2020 Democratic contenders, including Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Cory Booker, and his former Vice President, Joe Biden. 

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