And the plot thickens.
(The Blaze) — Could this be the clearest sign yet that Texas Gov. Rick Perry will run for president?
The governor admitted recently that he’s considering a run after previously shooting the idea down. And now, a source close to the Gingrich campaign tells The Blaze that Perry has offered Gingrich’s now-departed campaign manager, Rob Johnson — who used to be the campaign manager for Perry — his old job back.
According to the source, “Rob and Perry spoke last week and Perry told him his old job is waiting for him.”
“I know that for a fact,” the source said.
That Johnson would hook up again with Perry may not be surprising considering the Perry news recently. Insiders have linked him, as well as fellow former Perry aide David Carney, to a possible Perry run over the last month.
And then there’s this from National Review’s Rich Lowry: