Former Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer (D) knocked Hillary Clinton's ties to Wall Street in an interview with The Wall Street Journal, and said he hasn't ruled out a presidential run against her.
The former Montana governor said he hasn't ruled out a run for president.
"Could I make a difference? Could I get elected? I suppose yes," he said. "But I don't think anybody has any better quality of life than I do here."
The boisterous Schweitzer has long been effective at drawing media attention. But he's flirted with runs in the past before sitting them out, most notably passing on a run for Montana's open Senate seat this election cycle after openly discussing a bid and toying with the idea of challenging Sen. Max Baucus (D-Mont.) before he'd decided to leave the Senate.
His economic populism may attract liberals, but if he does run he may have a hard time defending his strong support of expanded energy exploration and gun rights.