After issuing a statement, Griffin made his first broadcast appearance on Alice Stewart's radio show on KHTE-FM, 96.5 "The Voice."
Among his comments:
We're gonna step away from elected politics for a little bit. So I am not looking at any other political position here in Arkansas. I'm gonna finish my four years. I've still got about 15 months in Congress. And near the end of that I will start looking at my options.
Update: Here's Griffin's full, 13-minute interview with THV 11 News:
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