Former Governor shakes up GOP race with Presidential bid

Asa Hutchinson, the former Governor of Arkansas, has officially announced his entry into the GOP Presidential nomination race. His announcement puts him up against big names such as former President Donald Trump, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy.

In an appearance on ABC News’ “This Week,” Hutchinson made his intentions clear, “I have made a decision, and my decision is I’m going to run for president of the United States… I am going to be running.” Hutchinson believes that the American people are looking for leaders who will appeal to the best of America, and that is what he aims to do with his candidacy.

While other Republicans have been quick to support former President Trump against the New York indictment, Hutchinson took a different stance. In a statement on Fox Business, Hutchinson called for Trump to “step aside” following his indictment. Hutchinson believes that the office is more important than any single individual, and that, in such cases, public officials should always put the well-being of their country first.

Conservatives on Twitter have been reacting to this news, with many showing their support for Hutchinson in the crowded field of Republican candidates. Hutchinson’s entry into the race will no doubt shake things up and will give voters a new option that is different from the other candidates.

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