After his appearance at CPAC, few would argue that Donald Trump is poised for a comeback. He might even storm the national stage in the next presidential election.
While that’s still four years away, many are already wondering how that election will shape up. And we are getting some murmurings that Trump is looking to change up the ticket.
That includes a possible running mate, should Trump return and get the GOP nomination.
Instead of having Mike Pence by his side, he might opt for this rising Republican woman.
Donald Trump is telling allies he’s strongly considering another run for president in 2024…
Two advisers have suggested Trump consider South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, the people said…
Pence rejected his boss’s appeals to unilaterally overturn Trump’s re-election defeat when he presided over the congressional count of Electoral College votes on Jan. 6.
Trump has yet to announce a possible 2024 run. But many within the party are hoping he returns to retake the White House.
According to some outlets, advisors are telling him to pick South Dakota’s own Kristi Noem as a running mate.
Now, it’s far too early for anyone to be considering running mates. Even during the primaries, candidates rarely talk about who they’ll run with.
Trump hasn’t even officially declared his return to politics. So, patriots might not be ready to accept this news.
Rumors abound, though, because of the apparent following out between Trump and Mike Pence. Despite Trump’s urging and the pleas of numerous state lawmakers, Pence refused to send the electoral college vote back to the states.
His lack of support during Trump’s election challenge sparked shock and dismay among many voters.
That might be enough to ensure Trump goes with another person. But rumors that Trump would ditch Pence have been around long before the 2020 election.
And Trump’s adviser Jason Miller has denied the current report, reminding Americans that Trump hasn’t decided if he will even run again.
That being said, Noem could be a brilliant choice for VP. She is one of few governors who did not bow to pressure and kept her state open during the COVID panic. And she is well-liked among Republicans.
Do you think Trump should ditch Pence for Noem?