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Trump Adds Another High Profile Name To Potential VP List


President Trump has just added another name to his possible Vice President list.

So far, Dr. Ben Carson, Rep. Elise Stefanik, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott, Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance, and Rep. Byron Donalds have all received vetting documents from the Trump campaign as possible VP picks.

On Wednesday, Trump added the Governor of Virginia, Glenn Youngkin, to the list.

On Wednesday, Youngkin and Trump met at Trump National Golf Club in Loudon County, Virginia, to discuss how Trump will win Virginia.

When asked if he was considering Youngkin as a potential VP pick, Trump shared that Youngkin was great and is considering him as a VP.

Here’s what The Daily Mail reported:

Former President Trump and Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin met at Trump National Golf Club in Loudon County, Virginia, on Wednesday.

It was the first time the two leaders have met and comes as speculation continues to swirl around who Trump will select as his running mate.

DailyMail.com was told by a source familiar that they did not discuss Trump’s open vice presidential position, but rather about how to win Virginia in 2024.

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The leaders specifically talked about strategy to win voters over including about honing in on the economy, inflation and the border crisis.

Trump has teased that he will announce his VP pick at the upcoming Republican National Convention in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

He told Fox News’ Aishah Hasnie on Thursday that his running mate was ‘probably’ in the room where he held a meeting with Senate GOP lawmakers, but that he would wait until the convention to announce.

Trump also called Youngkin ‘great’ and said he would consider him for VP.

Per The New York Post:

Former President Donald Trump hinted Thursday that he’s close to deciding who he will pick as his running mate for the 2024 presidential election.

“I have sort of a pretty good idea,” the presumptive GOP presidential nominee told Fox News reporter Aishah Hasnie after meeting with congressional Republicans on Capitol Hill, noting that his potential choice was “probably” in the room with him at some point during his Thursday meetings.

“Look, we have some really talented people,” he added. “I have a pretty good idea.”

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