Even though the Republican primary is ongoing, former President Donald Trump is the dominant front-runner. Therefore, speculation over his vice presidential candidate is the next move.
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According to a recent Roll Call article, Trump’s “VP list” is probably down to these five Republicans, with Noem’s name probably on the top of the list:
- South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem
- Arizona Republican Kari Lake
- South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott
- Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley
- New York Rep. Elise Stefanik
Kristi Noem, the governor of South Dakota, gave him a hearty endorsement earlier this month, and Trump showed a tremendous admiration for her.
In an interview, Trump stated, “I think she’s fantastic. She’s been a great governor. She gave me a very full-throated endorsement, a beautiful endorsement. It’s been a very good state for me, and certainly, she would be one of the people I would consider for something else, maybe.
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We have a lot of great people in the Republican Party.”
The choice of a woman as Trump’s running mate was something he liked “the concept” of, but he also added that he was seeking “the right person.”
According to the Washington Examiner, Trump remarked, “I want to win, and, you know, it’s very interesting about running mates when you get down to a vice president, they said, ‘Nobody has ever made that kind of a difference.’ It’s still about the person that’s going to be president.”
According to the Washington Examiner, Trump remarked, “You always do a little bit, but I don’t think it’s time.” “I want to win, and, you know, it’s interesting about running mates; when it comes to a vice president, they said, ‘Nobody has ever made that sort of a difference.’ It continues to be about who will be president.
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Scott, an African-American senator from South Carolina, is vying to defeat Trump in the primary but has hardly criticized the 45th president. Scott is a well-liked speaker on the Republican speaking circuit and freely shares his faith, even if Trump doesn’t need help expanding his evangelical support base.
According to a report by Roll Call, The former governor of South Carolina, Nikki Haley, has been the most critical of Trump of anyone on the list. This does not imply that Trump won’t choose her as his running mate. Haley would offer experience in foreign policy and various forms of diversity to the ticket.
The outlet also stated Elise Stefanik, a representative from upstate New York who served in the George W. Bush administration and on the campaigns of Tim Pawlenty and Paul Ryan, has undergone a political transformation.
Before being elected to the House leadership, she was a mainstream Republican who worked on their campaigns. The former president cannot overlook the allegiance of the chair of the House Republican Conference.
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