With a 99% approval rating among Republicans and rising popularity among America's ethnic minority voters, it is practically assured that Donald Trump will run for president once again, and thank God for that, since the country is in critical need of him.
After Trump and Pence's falling out over differences in the presidential race in 2020, many people have speculated about how Trump would pick his new running mate. Pence was Trump's vice president at the time of their falling out.
However, it looks like Joe Biden may not be the only candidate for president to run with a female vice president, due to a few trustworthy sources on the inside and believable rumors circulating around Washington, D.C.
Former President Donald Trump has narrowed down his hunt for a new running partner and has confirmed to certain insiders that he has selected his choice. Trump has also stated that he has narrowed down his search for a new running companion.
According to reports, America First legislator and New York Representative Elise Stefanik will run with Trump in what is anticipated to be another rematch against Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. Stefanik is from the state of New York.
It has been reported that members of Trump's inner circle have started discussing the possibility of Stefanik, who is now the chairwoman of the House Republican Conference (HRC) and ranks third among Republicans in the House, joining the ticket.
Two of the people claimed that Trump has been asking his friends and associates for their opinions on Rep. Stefanik because he believes that she has discarded her prior moderate reputation and become a significant player in the MAGA wing of the party.
According to one source, she has been said to be a possible candidate for the position of vice president among circles that are close to him.
After Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney was voted out of her post as leader of the House Republican Conference, Elise Stefanik was elected to fill the void left by Cheney. In the wake of the violence on Capitol Hill on January 6, Cheney transformed into a strident opponent of Trump.
In the meanwhile, former Vice President Mike Pence has not ruled out a bid for the presidency in 2024 on his own; nevertheless, Trump has stated that he "wouldn't be concerned" about the possibility.
In an interview on Tuesday, Trump stated, "People are very disappointed in Mike, and if he ran, I don't think that would be a problem." This statement was made in reference to former presidential candidate Mike Pence.
Trump is setting himself up for success by selecting Stefanik to serve as his running mate.
He not only ensures that there will be a major America First voice in the White House, but he also creates the chance that more women may become receptive to the idea of another Trump presidency.
What else could possibly be better?