Asa Hutchinson formally launches 2024 campaign in Arkansas

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50% : He went on to say, "We should not defund the FBI, but we do need serious reform to refocus the core functions of our federal law enforcement."
43% : "There are a few misguided leaders who say we should defund law enforcement, we should defund the FBI.
42% : Former Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson formally launched his Republican presidential campaign Wednesday, pledging to "bring out the best of America" and aiming to draw contrasts with other GOP hopefuls on top issues, including how best to reform federal law enforcement agencies.
39% : He was elected governor in 2014 and while in office signed a series of income tax cuts and restrictions on abortion, including an outright ban on the procedure that became effective when the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade in 2022.
29% : He criticized Trump for the peace deal he negotiated with the Taliban in 2020 and for high government spending in his administration.
29% :Hutchinson has also shown a willingness to criticize some of his other rivals, telling the AP that he disagrees with the way DeSantis has sparred with Disney after the company opposed legislation DeSantis signed in Florida barring school instruction on sexual orientation and gender identity.
25% : Without mentioning Trump by name, Hutchinson offered a contrast to the former president's derision of federal law enforcement by emphasizing his own background in law enforcement.

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