Virginia House candidate Jen Kiggans said she would not support 45th President Donald Trump in a hypothetical 2024 rematch with Joe Biden, and was called out over her “consultant-driven” answers to interview questions during a recent radio appearance on The John Fredericks Show.
“Jen, that’s a consultant-driven answer,” Fredericks replied, before again directly asking her if she would support a Trump candidacy in 2024. Kiggans again refused to answer clearly, again offering more muffled giggles.
“Everybody should get on a ballot who wants to be on a ballot so it’s going to be a crowded field,” said Kiggans, before reluctantly admitting she would support the Republican nominee in a general election.
When asked by radio host John Fredericks whether or not she would support 45th President Donald Trump should he again run for office in 2024, Jen Kiggans, who is seeking the Republican nomination to Congress in Virginia’s 2nd District, refused to throw her support behind Trump.
“So, I, you know, good question, I’m so focused on 2022 right now,” Kiggans said while giggling, before telling Fredericks that she has been a lifelong Republican.
Though she did not commit to backing President Trump should he run in 2024, Kiggans has thrown her support behind Kevin McCarthy, the Republican Party establishment’s choice for Speaker of the House in the event the party should retake the House of Representatives in 2022.
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