Former Donald Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski issued multiple conflicting statements on Tuesday as to whether he would run for the United States Senate in New Hampshire in 2020.
During a Tuesday morning appearance on the radio show, "New Hampshire Today with Jack Heath," Lewandowski said "it's fair" to say he is reconsidering a Senate bid.
"As much as I think I would be a great fighter for the people of New Hampshire, and one U.S. senator can make a difference, it is my priority to make sure the president of United States is reelected," Lewandowski said. "That's a top priority."
Lewandowski flip-flopped on the question within hours.
“I am not reconsidering anything. My decision matrix is the same as it always has been," Lewandowski told WMUR-TV.
If he did run and became the GOP nominee, he would face incumbent Sen. Jeanne Shaheen in the 2020 general election.