Potential Running Mates Emerge as Trump Prepares for 2024

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Former President Donald Trump is seen as the likely GOP nominee for 2024, prompting speculation about his potential running mate.

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik are rumored contenders.

Both have expressed support for Trump, with Noem receiving a full-throated endorsement from him. (Trending: Clintons Scramble To Delete Embarrassing Photo, But Were Too Slow)

“Well, there’s a lot of people they’re talking about for vice president… I have long supported President Trump; he had his priorities right when he was leading this country,” replied Noem.

CNN reported that her endorsement was “fueling speculation about the role the Republican governor may play in his third bid for the White House,” at the time.

“I think she’s fantastic.” said Trump.

“She’s been a great governor. She gave me a very full-throated endorsement—a beautiful endorsement, actually. It’s been a very good state for me, and certainly, she would be one of the people I would consider, or for something else, maybe. We have a lot of great people in the Republican Party,” he continued.

Rep. Stefanik wrote, Judge Engoron’s “bizarre behavior has no place in our judicial system, where Judge Engoron is not honoring the defendant’s rights to due process and a fair trial.”

Trump has indicated a preference for a female running mate, and the selection process is expected to be influenced by his personal needs.

The Trump campaign has stated that his current focus is solely on winning the Republican nomination.

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