G. McConway
September 18, 2023

Noem Clearly Takes Lead as Top Trump Choice for VP

Donald Trump has already hinted that the GOP debates are nothing more than an audition to be his vice president on the ticket for the general election in 2024.

Now, however, it looks like the favorite to be his VP is not even on the debate stage.

After endorsing Trump, I was pretty confident that Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota would be the frontrunner for that position.

After hearing what Trump recently said about her, I have to believe she is now the top name on his list.

The Favorite

It is virtually a given that Trump is going to name a woman as his VP, something he even touched on during his recent interview with Kristen Welker of NBC News.

When asked about choosing a woman, Trump responded, “I like the concept, but we’re going to pick the best person. But I do like the concept, yes."

Trump then specifically talked about Noem, stating, “She’s been a great governor. She gave me a very full-throated endorsement, a beautiful endorsement actually.

"And, you know, it’s been a very good state for me. And certainly, she’d be one of the people I’d consider, or for something else maybe. But we have a lot of people. We have a lot of great people in the Republican Party," reported the Daily Caller.

The media and establishment also seem to believe that Noem is the favorite, as a salacious report surfaced over the weekend about the South Dakota governor and alleged affair she is having with a former Trump staffer and adviser, Corey Lewandowski.

A report surfaced on multiple outlets, including the New York Post and The Daily Mail, that the two have been spotted on multiple occasions at GOP events, allegations that Noem has denied.

I just find it hard to believe the conduct that was described in these reports was kept under wraps for so long unless they were specifically saving it to take her out during the election.

If not Noem, the top candidates are likely Nikky Haley, Elise Stefanik, and Marjorie Taylor Greene.

Kari Lake could also be a possibility if she does not decide to run for a different office.

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