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New Information Surfaces On Potential Trump 2024 VP Pick!

It has been a tremendous year for President Trump. …

Sham indictments in New York, and potentially Georgia, have had the opposite intended effect, as the 45th President of the United States has been thrust back into the spotlight—this time with even more public support than before.

2024 is shaping up to be a very interesting election year. …

Rumors have been circulating as to President Trump’s pick for a Vice Presidential running-mate.

A new report from The Calvin Coolidge Project speculates that potential picks for VP include Kari Lake, Marjorie Taylor Greene, and Kristi Noem.

Personally, I prefer Noem or Lake. Noem has political experience, is capable, moderate in terms of political appeal, and she’s beautiful. …

I love Marjorie Taylor Greene, I think she’s a firebrand, but she’s highly incendiary and I don’t think we need two of those running side by side.

The person running alongside President Trump should be cool, collected, and soothing, to add a counter-balance to President Trump’s boisterous behavior—behavior that I really love, but it has some drawbacks and can be overdone.

What do you think? Who will President Trump’s running mate be in 2024? Read on and Let us know in the comments section below:

Western Journal had this to say about Kristi Noem:

Noem, when asked on CNN’s “State of the Union” if she would be Trump’s running mate replied, “I would be shocked if he asked.”

However, Noem has remained loyal to Trump and is supporting his current run for president while maintaining her popularity as a conservative.


Daily Caller shared this statement from the Trump campaign:

“We do know one thing about Trump, is that he puts a lot of weight on how well you present yourself.

That really matters to him, so I suspect that will matter for his VP choice,” a GOP consultant close to the Trump campaign told the Caller, noting that the person would be “TV ready.”

“Loyalty. That’s the necessary characteristic of anyone who wants to be VP. President Trump and the movement was dragged down by disloyalty in the White House,” a source close to Trump said.


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