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    Home / College Guide / Who will Donald Trump choose as his running mate? - Gorgeous Radio
     Posted on Monday, June 17 @ 00:00:10 PDT
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    Donald Trump needs to choose a running mate for the 2024 election, and rumour has it hes treating it like his old TV show: The Apprentice. After a rather high-profile falling out with Mike Pence, the Republican nominee is deciding who could be his next vice president. He is expected to reveal his choice at the Republican National Convention next month. Lets take a look at who the candidates are... and why each of one might hear those famous words: Youre hired!. Doug Burgum North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum hoped his small-town values would appeal to Republican voters enough to choose him as the presidential nominee. It didnt work, but does it make him an appealing pick for VP? The 67-year-old former software company executive has stressed his humble origins and previously said the next US president should be someone whos held jobs where you shower at the end of the day, not at the beginning. Youre hired: Burgum might be a safe pair of hands due to his experience in the worlds of politics and business, and his independent wealth (north of $100m) could be useful campaign funds. Youre fired: North Dakota is as red as they come, so picking Burgum doesnt come with the advantage of moving the dial in a swing state.

    Marco Rubio One of Floridas two Republican senators, Marco Rubio is the son of Cuban immigrants who fled to Miami during the Batista dictatorship. He ran for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 but dropped out after losing the Florida primary to Trump, who relentlessly mocked him as Little Marco. Youre hired: He brings strong foreign policy credentials, having served on the Senate Foreign Relations and Intelligence committees, and has a track record of attracting Latino voters. Youre fired: Rubio has drawn criticism from the MAGA (Make America Great Again) movement in the past for his immigration reform legislation which could pose a problem for him, even though he has since renounced his own deal. Theres also the wrinkle that the US constitution appears to possibly prohibit Electoral College electors from voting for inhabitants of their states for both president and vice president. JD Vance A US Marines veteran, JD Vance rose to become senator for Ohio after growing up in poverty. He once described himself as a never Trumper but has since U-turned into being a reliable supporter of The Donald, even attending court in New York to support him at his hush money trial. Youre hired: Vance aligns with Trumps populist mindset and would likely be palatable to the MAGA base - perhaps even as a potential successor one day.

    Youre fired: Ohio hasnt voted Democrat since 2012 so appointing Vance likely doesnt give Trump a second-in-command pick who could help get him over the line in a swing state. Tim Scott The only black Republican US senator, Tim Scott launched a bid to become the Republican presidential nominee but later withdrew from the race. He has since been name-dropped by Trump himself as a possible vice presidential pick. Scott has accused President Joe Biden and the radical left of attacking every rung of the ladder that helped me climb. Youre hired: Scott is seen as a potential asset to Trump both on a policy front and in helping to cut Democratic margins, particularly with Black and Hispanic male voters. Youre fired: Scott has been outspoken about his support for a federal abortion ban in the aftermath of the fall of Roe v Wade, whereas Trump has said the decision should be left to individual states. Byron Donalds In terms of having a similar name to Trump, Byron Donalds certainly has the edge over the other potential VP candidates. Donalds, 45, is a congressman from Florida who has been a supporter of the former president since he entered Congress. He voted against the certification of electors from Arizona and Pennsylvania and is a 2020 election denier.

    Youre hired: Donalds is a strong debater with experience on TV who could help the Trump campaign reach out to black voters. Youre fired: Donalds has a limited national profile and could face a similar constitutional predicament as Marco Rubio as he also lives in Florida. Elise Stefanik A Republican congresswoman from New York, Elise Stefaniks profile has been on the rise in the GOP (Grand Old Party) for years. She shot to fame after her questioning of university presidents about antisemitism led to a huge outcry and fallout. In May, she addressed the Knesset in Israel and lambasted the Biden administrations approach to its ally. Youre hired: One of the few women thought to be on the VP shortlist, Stefanik could help shore up Trumps support among female and suburban voters as well as bring youth to the ticket. Youre fired: Stefanik hails from New York, a solidly blue state, so her inclusion on the ticket is unlikely to help bring more Electoral College votes to Trumps side. Ben Carson Ben Carson, 72, served in Trumps administration last time around as secretary for housing and urban development. His time in government came after he briefly ran for the Republican nomination in 2016 before eventually pulling out of the race and endorsing Trump.

    Youre hired: Carson hails from Michigan, a battleground state that is likely to be among the most crucial races to watch on election night. Youre fired: Though well-known, if Trump is looking for an attack dog VP then Carson might not be the right candidate. Hes not considered to be the most outspoken or charismatic pick. Read more: Supreme Court rejects bid to restrict abortion pill access California wildfire forces evacuation of 1,200 people Less likely - Marjorie Taylor-Greene A Republican congresswoman known for her embrace of conspiracy theories and fierce support for Trump, Marjorie Taylor-Greene nonetheless could make sense as a running mate for her political hero. However, she is not believed to be on the list of candidates being vetted by the Trump campaign. She was elected to Congress in 2020 and quickly became a powerful - and vocal - player in the Republican Party. If hes still in post after a hypothetical Trump/MTG win, it would be an awkward appointment for the UK foreign secretary, Lord Cameron, whom Taylor-Greene had choice words for… Youre hired: Taylor-Greene is staunchly loyal to Trump and popular among the MAGA right-wing of the Republican Party. Youre fired: Shes a divisive figure nationwide and has been criticised for her - sometimes bizarre - outbursts, including talk of Jewish space lasers.

    Less likely - Kristi Noem The current governor of South Dakota, Kristi Noem also has experience as a former member of Congress. Her profile grew during the COVID-19 pandemic when she declined to close businesses and public spaces in her state to limit the spread of the virus. But it was in 2024 when she became even more well-known... after describing an incident of killing her dog in her own memoir. As time has gone on she appears to be an increasingly unlikely choice for VP. Youre hired: Noem brings experience as a state governor and fits in with Trumps MAGA crowd. Youre fired: She has been a supporter of the abortion restrictions in her state, where there is a near-total ban except when necessary to save the life of the mother. This hardline stance could make her a liability in a general election where public support for abortion access is high. Already ruled out - Nikki Haley Nikki Haley ran against Trump in the contest to secure the Republican nomination earlier this year. She weathered a string of defeats in various states before eventually suspending her campaign. Nonetheless, she demonstrated that a significant proportion of Republican voters prefer her to Trumps band of MAGA politics, perhaps setting the stage for a return in 2028 and beyond.

    Trump has already ruled her out, and shed be unlikely to accept even if he hadnt. But just for fun: Youre hired: Shes a strong politician with a track record of winning elections, and appeals to more moderate Republicans who might be nervous about another Trump presidency. But… Youre fired: Haley is a critic of Trump, who she described as unhinged and too chaotic and divisive to be an effective president. (c) Sky News 2024: [Who will Donald Trump choose as his running mate?](https://news.sky.com/story/who-will-donald-trump-choose-as-his-running-mate-13153915)

     
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