A Message from Gabby
It’s a touching message, and she’s an astonishingly brave woman. Two of my best friends live in Phoenix, Arizona, and were part of her campaign team last time round. They’ve been with her several times in the last few months. Their assessment, and mine, is that there isn’t the remotest chance of her having presidential ambitions, recovery or not.
She’s a courageous and determined woman, but becoming POTUS needs more than she’s able or willing to give, I’m afraid.
“Arizona is my home, always will be. A lot has happened over the past year. We cannot change that. But I know on the issues we fought for we can change things for the better. Jobs, border security, veterans. We can do so much more by working together. I don’t remember much from that horrible day, but I will never forget the trust you placed in me to be your voice. Thank you for your prayers and for giving me time to recover. I have more work to do on my recovery so to do what is best for Arizona I will step down this week. I’m getting better. Every day, my spirit is high. I will return and we will work together for Arizona and this great country. Thank you very much.”