NY GOP Rep. King unsure about White House run, but campaign message appears fully formed

by Joseph Weber, FOXNews.com
April 20, 2014

New York GOP Rep. Peter King is undecided about a 2016 presidential run and starkly behind the presumptive front-runners when it comes to fundraising and organization.

But the 11-term congressman clearly has a full-fledged campaign to convince Americans the government must remain vigilant against the constant threat of terror and to warn them about the GOP being overtaken by what he considers the party’s isolationist wing — led by likely White House hopefuls Sens. Rand Paul and Ted Cruz.

“I don’t want them to become the dominant view,” he told FoxNews.com this week. “They are dangerous to the country and the [Republican] Party. At the very least, this has given me an opportunity to keep the party from becoming so isolationist. There needs to be another voice out there.”

King didn’t use Congress’ spring break to revisit the key presidential-campaign state of New Hampshire, but he still had a busy week on the national stage — unapologetically pressing his points about the United States needing to remain tough on foreign policy as well as national security and intelligence.

King tweeted on Monday that The Washington Post and The Guardian were “enablers” for publishing the NSA secrets leaked by American Edward Snowden and that awarding them a Pulitzer Prize was a “disgrace.”

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