Rumors Swirl About Trump’s Potential 2024
Speculation is at a fever pitch that former President Donald Trump will run for president again in 2024, and names of possible running mates are starting to circulate.
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According to a report by Newsnation, Paul Manafort, the 2016 campaign manager for President Trump, said briefly that he expects Trump to run again and advised that Trump choose someone like South Carolina Republican Sen. Tim Scott as his running mate.
Self-described Conservative Republican Tara Setmayer told NewsNation that she believes Trump is probably going to pick a woman as his running mate, despite Trump’s previous comments to the contrary.
Republican women like Kristi Noem and Elise Stefanik, among others, have been openly competing for Trump’s attention. As Setmayer put it. That came out of the field, but it was a fascinating answer from Manafort.
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It was reported in late May by CNN that New York State Representative Elise Stefanik is a possible candidate. There’s a part of Trump that believes he should have a female president. the source explained That He clearly likes her, perhaps because of how effusive she is to him,
The President has great respect for Elise Stefanik. Chris Ruddy, the head of Newsmax, has indicated that he has heard rumors that she could be considered for the presidency if he were to leave office. And many Republicans feel they must have a female candidate this time around.
If Trump does run for president again, Noem has already stated that she would be shocked” to be asked to be his running mate.I believe that there are many voters that support his running mate. Noem told CNN’s Dana Bash, That she is focused on being reelected.
And I don’t work in that situation either, Noem went on. It would surprise me if he inquired. My current area of concentration is South Dakota. We’ve accomplished a lot in the past four years, and we’ll accomplish even more in the years to come.