May 3, 2024

Trump Starting to Narrow Down VP Candidates

If Trump follows what he did in 2020, we will not have an official VP announcement until just before the GOP convention in July.

There has been much speculation about Trump’s shortlist, but Trump seems to finally be engaging on this front.

Trump is reportedly going to get a better feel this weekend for how his top donors feel about each candidate.

Try Outs

Trump will be hosting a private donor function this weekend in Palm Beach, FL.

A few hundred of the party's biggest donors will attend the event, and they will surely talk to Trump’s top contenders.

White Governor Kristi Noem was believed to be among the favorites, she is now believed to be out of the running after documenting an incident in her book where she put down a dog.

Noem has been in damage control ever since, but she just keeps digging herself a bigger hole.

That more than likely leaves us with Senator J.D. Vance (R-OH), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.), Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.), and late-comer, Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL).

While all of those candidates can raise money, Senator Scott offers the most in terms of bringing more votes and making Trump more likable.

Trump is already making headway with minority voters, but adding Scott would allow him to gobble up all the minority voters abandoning Joe Biden.

Scott is also more moderate than Trump, and I believe that could help Trump with voters who are afraid that if he gets into office, he will be over-the-top MAGA.

We also have to consider who would be the best candidates to run the country if Trump had to step down, and that really narrows the field down to Rubio and Scott.

As I have stated many times, I am all-in on Scott and will not back down from that choice until Trump confirms his pick.

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