Tulsi Gabbard reportedly mulls third-party run during meeting with Wall Street executives

Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard and presidential hopeful announced Thursday that she will no longer seek re-election to the House in 2020. That’s the good news. The bad news is likely to be found in the reasons why she did it. After all that rage-tweeting Gabbard aimed at former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for daring to suggest that she is being “groomed” for a third-party run, it appears that third-party run is a possibility. Perhaps Gabbard was just mad that she got called out on it.

It burns certain people that Hillary Clinton is consistently proven right consistently—and to be fair, other progressive activists, like the president for the Center for American Progress, have been predicting this for quite some time.

Rep. Gabbard was not present in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday night, according to Fox Business’ Charlie Gasparino; instead, she  was allegedly in New York City with Wall Street executives. Wall Street execs are absolutely terrified of an Elizabeth Warren presidency, and likely gunning for a spoiler. 

And it appears they have one, if Garaspino’s report is to be believed.

(Gabbard) was given a hero's welcome at a meeting with Wall Street executives and potential donors on Wednesday evening in New York City that took place at Anthony Scaramucci’s Hunt and Fish Club restaurant, FOX Business has learned.