Former Attorney General Eric Holder on Running for President: 'I'm Thinking About It'
Eric Holder, President Obama's first-term attorney general, said he might be running for president in 2020 on MSNBC Tuesday night.
Holder joined "All In" host Chris Hayes alongside MSNBC justice analyst and former spokesman for the Department of Justice Matt Miller. Hayes first asked Miller, who worked under Holder, about the potential presidential bid, saying he'd get a more honest answer.
"Is Eric Holder running for president?" Hayes asked.
"I keep asking him, because I want to know if I have to quit my job and move to Iowa," Miller said.
When Hayes turned the question on Holder, the former attorney general said, "Yeah, I'm thinking about it, but I've not made any determinations."
He said he's currently focused on fighting against gerrymandering. If he does run, though, he wants Miller to be his press secretary.
Watch the clip below: