Glenn Youngkin, Governor of Virginia, joined the Guy Benson Show to discuss a bevy of topics in the news in Virginia, the country, and overseas in Israel. First, the governor and Guy discuss the war in Israel and how the government of Virginia stands with Israel and Virginia’s Jewish communities. Guy and Youngkin also discuss the Loudon County Superintendent that was arrested, and the pardoning of the father who was arrested for defending his daughter who was assaulted. Finally, Guy and Youngkin discuss the importance of the 2024 election, and why he is choosing to stay out of the presidential run. Listen to the full interview below.
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Gov. Youngkin had this to say on whether he’s running for President:
“I’ve been very clear to everybody. I’m focused on Virginia and I’m so appreciative and I’m humbled by the recognition of the good work I believe we’re doing in Virginia. But I’m focused on Virginia and we have got huge elections. We’re going to hold our house. We must flip our Senate. Imagine, I hope, the bright light that we can be for other states who are looking at majority Democrats control on all kinds of legislative branches and in their executive branch. We can change this. I think that is our biggest mission at hand right now. And that’s why while while I deeply appreciate and I’m humbled by the question, we’re focused on Virginia, and that’s what I’m going to continue to remind everybody.”