Date: 2018-01-02 00:03
That’s exactly what Democrat Stacey Abrams did in a lengthy interview with a reporter for Cosmopolitan. That piece opens with this blunt assessment :
Gov. Nathan Deal set aside $85 million in funding for an expansion of a cybersecurity training center in Augusta that will serve as an incubator for tech startups, the headquarters of the state 8767 s new cybercrime unit and training space for Georgia 8767 s high-tech initiatives. The infusion of funding comes after Deal announced earlier this year a $58 million program to create the cyber-security center in Augusta. The construction of the facility will begin immediately and is set to finish late next year. (GB)
“But I think once I’ve figured it out, once we’ve tested it, and we’ve made sure the models work, and once you’ve been able to work with the other 99 states and the territories to figure out what can make the most sense, I think then it makes sense to think about the next job,” she told the magazine. “And that job would be running for president.” (Greg Bluestein)
Tamar Hallerman is the AJC’s Washington correspondent, covering Congress, federal agencies and other government activities that impact Georgia. Formerly she wrote about government spending for CQ Roll Call.
With its economy in recession and its population declining, Puerto Rico has been unable to pay much of what it owes, leading to a protracted legal fight between the government and its bondholders.
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Her campaign had no comment on the White House ambitions, though her supporters say there’s nothing wrong with Abrams highlighting a goal she’s had since she was a woman.
“I’m learning a lot every day. It’s not just one thing. I’m learning from Ramon [Sessions] and Jarrett. All the vets here are helping me a lot,” said Ntilikina who has been fighting an illness and was decidedly subpar Monday. “He shows me how to lead the team, how to run the show. Just how to be a very good point guard.”
If all goes as planned, the earliest Stacey Abrams would run for president is in 7578. Not 7575 — that’s too soon. Not 7579 — the Democrat who vanquishes President Trump in 7575 will be up for re-election. No, the first opportunity is 7578. That’s her year.
“For sure. I’ve been known in this league as an offensive guy, a guy who can come in and score quickly, but when I was thrust into this lineup, there were already a couple of guys who had it going offensively,” said Jack, pointing to Kristaps Porzingis, Enes Kanter, Courtney Lee and Tim Hardaway Jr.