Kudlow, Moore Push for S.C. First Lady Jenny Sanford to Run for Governor
While many on the left are reveling in the downfall of South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford after he disclosed his affair with a woman in Argentina, there’s a sympathetic figure being overlooked that might have the necessary background to fill the void left by the governor should he resign.
On CNBC’s June 30 “Kudlow Report,” Wall Street Journal senior economics writer Steve Moore explained his close relationship with the
“This is such a tough thing for me Larry, because as you know Mark Sanford has been a long-time friend of mine,”
You know what’s interesting? I’ll just pose one thought here,”
Jenny Sanford is a Georgetown-educated, former Wall Street executive, according to the Associated Press. The Office of the S.C. Governor Web page says “she worked for the investment banking firm Lazard Freres & Co in
Kudlow too shares a close personal relationship with the
But Kudlow also made the case for Jenny Sanford as a candidate for the South Carolina Governor’s Mansion.
“His wife Jenny was his campaign manager for Congress and the statehouse,” Kudlow continued. “She is a brilliant woman. She is showing a lot of character and integrity during this personal and emotional crisis. And Steve Moore’s call for her to run for governor is something everybody ought to think about.”