When we recently served as guest host for the nationally syndicated, Fox News Radio star Brian Kilmeade, we interviewed New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy.

In my intro, I mentioned on-air that Murphy is the current two-term Governor of New Jersey, former United States Ambassador to Germany and I added, a potential future candidate for President of the United States.

To be fair, Governor Murphy has never floated the idea of running for President.

It just stands to reason. President Joe Biden has been a very unsteady and unsuccessful American President. The overall mood in our country is very dour, with more than 70% of the American people responding in survey after survey their displeasure at the current state of life in America.

Many Democrats are whispering and some are flat-out saying that Biden can not be the Democratic Nominee for President in 2024.

Why not Murphy? He holds more executive power as Governor of New Jersey than any other Democrat or Republican Governor in America.

Murphy is a prodigious fundraiser. He has built many solid national relationships with key Democratic stakeholders.

Murphy is a bonafide, legitimate contender for the Democratic Nomination for President.

We may bear witness to current Governor Murphy and immediate past Governor Chris Christie both running for their respective major political party nomination in the 2024 election cycle for President of the United States.

Wouldn’t that be something?

Traditionally, in American history, Generals and Governors have made the best Presidents.

President Donald Trump forever broke the mold by successfully crashing the party as a businessman, outsider.

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Governor’s can be highly successful presidents because of their executive experience. The structure of state government is a small version of a president working with two houses of the legislature.

You can expect to see a lot of political maneuvering right after the November 8, 2022 Midterm elections.

Let’s keep a close eye on this together.

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