The Fine Print
Michele Bachmann may have cast her final vote in Congress on Thursday, but she is already gearing up for her next political venture.
In one of her last interviews as a member of Congress, the Minnesota Republican told “The Fine Print” that she plans to be back up on the political stage come 2016.
“I will be involved in 2016 one way or another,” Bachmann said. “I'm not going to go home and put a sock in my mouth; I'm going to continue to be involved in the national stage.”
And though Bachmann said she’s not running for president “right now,” she’s leaving the door open.
“I am not putting together any team, and I'm not working towards that,” she said. “I'm going to be a part of this debate in one way or another, and I'm going to be helping whoever the people choose to be the nominee.”
When Bachmann first arrived in Congress in 2007, she was a political no-name. But by 2010, she had become arguably one of the most well-known conservative Republicans in Congress. She jumpedRead More »from Rep. Michele Bachmann retiring, but says ‘I'm not going to go home and put a sock in my mouth’