Here are 20 Republicans considering 2024 presidential runs
- By Eric Bradner, CNN
Here's a look at who's in and who is considering a 2024 run for the Republican nomination. Plus a few to keep an eye on.
In: Donald Trump
In: Nikki Haley
In: Tim Scott
Out: Larry Hogan
In: Asa Hutchinson
Out: Mike Pompeo
Keep an eye on: Brian Kemp
Keep an eye on: Rick Scott
Keep an eye on: Josh Hawley
Keep an eye on: John Bolton
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