Donald Trump has made a huge decision about who his choice for Vice President will be.
He’s already confirmed a key detail.
Donald Trump let out one fact about his VP pick that made mouths drop.
Donald Trump revealed on Wednesday that he’s decided who his Vice Presidential pick will be if he wins the 2024 Republican nomination.
During an appearance on Fox News’ Iowa town hall, Trump was asked by Fox moderator Martha MacCallum whom he’d pick for his potential cabinet and vice president.
“Let me just ask you a follow up on that about who would be in your cabinet – in your administration. If you are the nominee, which I know you expect to be, who would be in the running for vice president?” MacCallum asked.
“Well, I can’t tell you that really. I mean, I know who it’s going to be,” Trump replied.
Fox moderator Bret Baier then asked Trump to give the crowd a “hint.” However, Trump declined and said he’d do “another show sometime.”
“What about any of the people who you’ve run against?” MacCallum asked. “Would you be open to mending fences with any of them?”
“Oh, sure. I will, I will,” Trump responded. “I’ve already started to like Christie better.”
“Christie for vice president?” MacCallum joked.
“I don’t see it, I don’t see it,” Trump said. “That would be an upset. Christie for vice president. Ladies and Gentlemen, I’d like to announce, nah.”
South Dakota Republican Gov. Kristi Noem is currently the betting favorite, followed by GOP Congresswoman Elise Stefanik and GOP presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy according to website OddsChecker.com.
Noem has openly stated she’d be interested in joining a Trump ticket.
“I would in a heartbeat,” she told Newsmax in September when asked about being Trump’s VP pick.
“President Trump needs a strong partner if he’s going to take back the White House, and he’s going to need somebody who knows what it’s like to run a business, to be an employee, earn a paycheck, but also having a wife, mom and a grandma isn’t bad either.”
Stefanik has also signaled interest if Trump offered the position to her.
“I’ve said for a year now I’d be honored to serve in the next Trump administration, but I’m focused on doing my job right now,” Stefanik said when asked by NBC’s Kristin Welker in January.
As for Ramaswamy, he has no desire to be anyone’s vice president.
“I’m not interested in a different position in the government,” Ramaswamy told Fox News in August. “Frankly, I’d drive change through the private sector sooner than becoming number two or three in the federal government.”
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