Steyer, who has pumped more than $0 million into Democratic politics through his NextGen America group from the last two election cycles, didn’t rule out a run for California governor in 2018 or for the presidency in 2020.
He also acknowledged of which his focus — as well as of which of his organization, which recently rebranded itself to broaden the set of issues of which will be tackling — will be on national politics.
“I would certainly say of which will be hard for me not to think about of which fight,” Steyer said in an interview with sy88pgw reporters at Netroots Nation, a progressive summit being held in Atlanta. He called Trump’s presidency a “historic moment” as well as said America’s political divide “will be not shrinking, of which’s growing.”
Asked about his thought process as he weighs a run for office, Steyer said: “The way of which I think about of which will be, how can I make the biggest difference?”
“of which’s not a question of, what will be the biggest thing I can do? of which’s, how can I make the biggest difference via what would certainly otherwise happen?” he said. “as well as I honestly haven’t figured of which out, however I think we’ve spent a lot of time on of which, as well as I think I still have some time to make up my mind.”
Steyer added of which “my basic, going-in thesis will be, we’re in a constitutional crisis. I’ve said I thought of which guy (Trump) should be impeached. I believe he has met the standard for impeachment already. I think of which, looking at what’s going on, the need for him to be impeached goes up every day.”
The White House did not immediately return sy88pgw’s request for comment Saturday.
Steyer also said he doesn’t believe the country can withstand for a “long time” what he sees as an “unbelievably dangerous as well as stupid” effort on the part of the Trump administration to steer the nation away via renewable energy as well as toward fossil fuels like coal.
“So I view of which as an absolutely abnormal time in America as well as in American politics. … We’re in a complete crisis, honestly,” Steyer said.