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The jury is still out on whether former White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders is seriously contemplating a gubernatorial campaign in Arkansas, but the new website she launched on Monday might be a hint.
At the moment, the website appears to be mostly geared toward landing speaking gigs for the newly minted Fox News contributor, but speculation has been swirling for months that Sanders might make a run at the statehouse in Little Rock, thanks, in part, to President Trump himself.
The new website describes Sanders as a "trusted confidante" of Trump, who helped him battle the media while advising him on policy. It's replete with a logo and an invitation to sign up for a mailing list.
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Arkansas' gubernatorial election isn't until 2022, so the assumption the website will transition to become the online home of her campaign could very well be premature. That said, her return to the public sphere shortly after leaving the White House doesn't contradict reports that she's trying to get a read on how her candidacy could play out.
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