On a Virginia radio show, Corey Lewandowski dropped yet another hint about his possible run for U.S. Senate.
Lewandowski, President Donald Trump‘s first campaign manager, has been batting around a run against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen for months.
Last month, he told Politico he was “very, very close” to making a decision. Earlier this month, he told a New Hampshire talk radio program he was still waiting to decide, watching what the three declared candidates could raise.
Lewandowski intimated he could decide this weekend, after consulting with his family.
“I think this weekend is going to be a very, very important one for the Lewandowski family going forward,” he told radio host John Fredericks.
Candidates had to file third-quarter financial reports with the Federal Elections Commission. All three Republican Senate candidates have entered the race since July, so this was the first occasion for the public — and Lewandowski — to peek under the hoods.
Read the full report from the New Hampshire Union Leader.