On Monday night, Former Sen. Jim Webb spoke to audiences St. Anslem College near Manchester, New Hampshire about his new memoir “I Heard My Country Calling”, reports The Richmond Times-Dispatch.
The trip to New Hampshire is one of a few recent appearances made by Webb after he announced interest in a potential 2016 presidential run. The Democrat also went on NBC’s “Meet the Press” and made a speech at the National Press Club in Washington.
Webb has also been upping his social media presence as he tweeted a link to a CNBC story Sunday about Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellin’s warning about income inequality. Webb stated “I’ve been warning about this for more than 8 years.”
The former senator is a highly decorated Vietnam veteran and has worked as a former assistant secretary of defense and secretary of the Navy. He represented Virginia in the Senate from 2007-2013, as he did not seek a second term in 2014.