If Donald Trump decides to run for president in 2024, he has a famous Republican female nominee in mind as a possible running mate.
Two unidentified aides close to the former president, according to a Bloomberg story led by the always reliable Jennifer Jacobs, indicate that Trump is leaning toward choosing a strong woman for the potential VP nominee position.
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Bloomberg wrote, citing sources “familiar with the talks,” that “Donald Trump is telling allies he’s strongly considering another run for president in 2024 — and close advisors want him to pick someone other than former Vice President Mike Pence for his ticket.”
According to the paper, “Trump’s advisors have debated identifying a Black or female running mate for his next run,” and “three people familiar with the matter said Pence is unlikely to be on the ticket.”
During a speech at CPAC, Donald Trump hinted that he is strongly considering another presidential race.
“This alone should be enough for Democrats to suffer crushing defeats in the midterm elections and to lose the White House decisively four years from now,” Trump said. “Who knows?” says the speaker. I’m thinking of beating them a third time.”
During another part of the speech, he hinted at a possible White House offer in 2024.
“With your assistance, we will reclaim the House. He declared, “We will win the Senate.” “After that, a Republican president would return to the White House triumphantly. And I’m curious as to who it would be.”
Many people are still asking who will be a good vice presidential candidate.
Former Vice President Mike Pence, interestingly enough, recently published an opinion piece in which he poses serious concerns about the 2020 presidential election being “free and fair.” It also justified shutting down the Electoral College protests by blaming the Capitol riots directly.
Is the timing of this opinion piece influenced by political considerations? It’s difficult to say, but the tone of the piece suggests that the former vice president is attempting to strengthen his position among Trump supporters.
Other tea leaves about Donald Trump’s 2024 plans are being read by the press, like who he could choose as a vice presidential nominee if someone other than Pence is selected.
Since he is “the only Black Republican in the United States Senate,” the Bloomberg report suggests Trump’s recent endorsement of South Carolina Senator Tim Scott as a potential indication of a future veep nominee pick.