(The following was originally published in The Hill.)
Former presidential candidate Jim Webb is expected to discuss whether he will make another run at the White House during a speech in Dallas today, according to a local television station.
Sources told CBS 11 News that Webb, who dropped out of the Democratic primary race in October, will make his intentions known during a speech the World Affairs Council this afternoon.
The group said only that the former Virginia senator will share his “5 Most Important Principles for Foreign Policy.”
Webb hinted at an independent run when he dropped out of the primary, saying he could see himself beating Republican primary front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton in a three-way race.