John Kerry will not run for US presidency, former Secretary of State confirms

John Kerry will not run for US presidency, former Secretary of State confirms

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Former US Secretary of State and the Democratic nominee for President in 2004, John Kerry, has dominated out placing his hat within the ring for the subsequent Presidential race.

The 75-year-old Colorado born Senator, who failed to beat the problem of George W Bush to develop into President fifteen years in the past, stated he had given the proposition some thought.

"I used to be giving it thought at a time when Joe Biden hadn't made up his thoughts, I wasn't in a rush to should get into the race then", he stated.

"I am delighted he is within the race as he and I are previous pals. I am hopeful that we will wind up with a nominee who will resoundingly be capable of assist lead the nation in a greater path."

In the meantime, in an interview with Sky Information Mr Kerry stated "what sort of Brexit' we may have is "clearly very a lot up for grabs."

"However clearly Eire's border problem within the north has obtained to be understood by individuals. We don't need to see the restoration of a tough border, and that conscribes what the choices are."

Talking on the Ocean Summit in Cork he declined to take a position on the Tory Management race however admitted he had labored properly with Boris Johnson.

"I do know Boris [Johnson], Boris and I labored collectively. I loved his firm and we labored successfully, however I do not need to get into the combination of hypotheticals.”

In the meantime, additionally talking in Cork Tanaiste Simon Coveney refused to be drawn on the Tory management race.

"It has been happening for some time now. However we're going to keep out ofthis debate - that is for the Conservative Celebration and for British politics to determine."

We've got all the time been very cautious in the course of the Brexit negotiations to remain out of inner British debate."

"Relying on who the subsequent Prime Minister is, in fact we'll work with that individual to attempt to deliver an finish to the uncertainty in a means that recognises the Irish and EU considerations. We'll work with whoever the British Prime Minister is."