I was about to say the same... well put.But why? Why would you want to have 2 standards, especially if one of those is proprietary while the other one is a worldwidely adopted standard.
CCS has different types for EU, US and Asia, but it's still the same standard after all. That's like saying "Yeah, instead of Apple switching to USB C, there should be lightning + USB-C as new standards, as lightning isn't that bad after all". But that's BS, as lightning is proprietary while USB-C is the standard. And yes that's exactly the kind of stuff that should actually be regulated.
I don't think CCS will be dying at all in NA, actually I don't think that Ford will switch over to NACS completely and instead add the charging port separately to CCS, as by their own numbers they would reduce charger availability by a big margin completely switching over.
But it definitely is a USP especially for those who come from Tesla and miss the Supercharger network. Currently in every US forum (reddit, here, etc.) people are saying "car XXX is really nice, but EA is not nearly as good as the Superchargers, so I might go back", so in my opionion Ford just wants to catch those people and I'd bet they're gonna pay a lot to Tesla.