Eric Holder’s in New Hampshire, and he’s already testing a possible campaign slogan

Former Attorney General Eric Holder has said he’s considering a run for the Democrat nomination in 2020, and his visit to New Hampshire today would indicate that he’s serious about that:

Former AG Eric Holder, speaking in New Hampshire, gets in on the J.R. Smith bashing – and does it to dodge a question about his future aspirations. “J.R. Smith, bow your head in shame,” he said to laughs.

— Dan Merica (@danmericaCNN) June 1, 2018

Former Attorney General and National Democratic Redistricting Committee Chair Eric Holder speaks at the latest installment of “Politics & Eggs.” https://t.co/Prlx4svLoi

— Fox News (@FoxNews) June 1, 2018

He’s running pic.twitter.com/ZX5Qu58TOv

— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) June 1, 2018

Holder already seems to be in search of a campaign theme. How’s this for inspiring?

. @EricHolder wrapping in NH by calling for a new era of “American engagement.”

“We can make this country better. It’s not about making this country great again. It is great. But it could be better.”

— Mike Memoli (@mikememoli) June 1, 2018

“Make America Better Again” has an interesting ring to it. “Contempt of Congress We Can Believe In” probably won’t get close to making the cut.

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