Washington — Republican Gov. Chris Sununu, who is considering mounting a bid for the White House in 2024, provided a window Sunday into his pitch to voters, as he promoted a “New Hampshire model” of leadership and said the American people are “looking for results.”
In an interview with “Face the Nation,” Sununu decried the “nonsense” in D.C. and said the American people are “tired of extreme candidates” and partisan gridlock. Instead, he believes voters are looking for a presidential candidate with a proven record of leadership.
“What I’m trying to do is kind of show that New Hampshire model, show the opportunity to get stuff done,” Sununu told “Face the Nation.” “I’ve had Republicans in my legislature, I have Democrats in my legislature, I always get my conservative agendas done. We always cut taxes, we always balance a budget. And I can explain to folks in Washington what a balanced budget actually means. So there are paths. And I think America is looking for results. We need results-driven leadership.”