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Donald Trump Threatens To Sue CNN

Donald Trump Threatens To Sue CNN
Donald Trump Threatens To Sue CNN

Donald Trump Threatens To Sue CNN

Ex-President Trump has stated that he will sue CNN and other media outlets for defamatory accusations. On Wednesday, Mr. Trump said through his Save America PAC, I have advised CNN of my desire to launch a lawsuit over their repeated libelous accusations against me. I will also be initiating actions against other media outlets who have defamed me,’ the ex-president added. The truth and the survival of our country are causes I will never give up on.

Now that it’s widely assumed that Trump will run for president again in 2024, rumors have been circulating about potential vice presidential candidates. Reports have suggested that New York State Representative Elise Stefanik is in the running for governor. An inner voice in Trump believes he should appoint a woman as his vice president. According to the ex-advisor, the president likes her very much because of how nice she is to him.

President Trump has a very high opinion of Elise Stefanik. Chris Ruddy, a longtime friend of the ex-president, has indicated that she has been discussed as a possible vice president in the former president’s inner circles. The Author Added that many Republicans feel they must have a woman on the ticket this time. Kristi Noem, the Republican governor of South Dakota, has also been mentioned. She did neither confirm nor deny her interest in serving as Trump’s running mate in 2024, but she did indicate that she would vote for him if he ran again.

Quite a few voters, in my opinion, would support his choice of running mate. I’m focused on getting reelected, Noem told CNN’s, Dana Bash. That’s not how I work either, Noem went on. It would surprise me if he inquired. And right now, South Dakota is where my mind is. We’ve accomplished a lot in the last four years, and we’ve got even more to do in the next two. Iowa’s Republican governor, Kim Reynolds, is another candidate who’s been recently floated.

While traditionally red states like Iowa and Ohio stayed about the same in 2020, other formerly purple states moved slightly to the Democratic column. Trump may consider appointing a Midwesterner as his running partner in an effort to distance himself from the East Coast Elite stereotype. Market Realist mentioned that Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds is another strong female leader.

Accepting a VP nomination would require her to resign from her position as governor; however, Iowa has been reliably red for the previous few election cycles, so the prospect of losing her seat is unlikely to bother her. She’s well into her 60s, therefore Reynolds is considered a senior citizen. While not quite young, it is much closer to the median age of presidents (55) than Trump, who will be 78 in 2024, according to the analysis. Trump mentioned DeSantis, the Republican governor of Florida, as a possible running mate in an interview with Newsmax last month.

Trump said, Well, I get along with him, before claiming credit for DeSantis’ surge, saying, “I was largely responsible for his success because I sponsored him and he went up like a rocket ship.” A poll conducted in April indicated that Trump and DeSantis were virtually matched on several positive factors, while he exceeded the 45th president on others. This week also saw the RNC announce the likely site of its 2024 convention.

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