Candace Owens, an outspoken conservative known for co-founding the BLEXIT movement, accounted on Saturday that she is considering a run for president.
"I love America," Owens tweeted Saturday. "Thinking about running for President."
Candace is 32-years-old, currently too young to run for the nation's highest execuctive office, but would be of age by the next presidential race in 2024. To qualify for the presidency, an American must have been born in the US and be at least 35-years-old.
Fox News reports that Owens, who hails from Connecticut, studied journalism at the University of Rhode Island, but never completed her degree. She rose to prominence while opposing cyberbullying and being a strong political voice. She would not be the only presidential candidate, nor president, who had not completed an undergraduate degree.
Aubrey Huff, two-time MLB World Series champion, commented that he would be glad to join her ticket as a vice presidential candidate.
Owens has taken issue with many on the left, including Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) and rapper Cardi B, whom Owens famously destroyed a twitter feud last year.