Former President Donald Trump expressed interest in the idea of having a female vice president, though he hasn't made a final decision.
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During a recent conversation, Trump mentioned his appreciation for the idea of a woman as his running mate. He stated, "I like the concept, but we're going to pick the best person."
He further elaborated on his stance during an interview with "Meet the Press" that's scheduled to be broadcasted this Sunday. He expressed, "I do like the concept, yes."
Trump's statement has sparked discussions and speculations about his potential choices for a vice presidential candidate.
As Trump aims to broaden his reach among voters, several names have surfaced as potential vice presidential picks. South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is among the top contenders. She has previously expressed her willingness to be Trump's vice president "in a heartbeat."
Other names that have been mentioned include Arizona's gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake, former Trump White House press secretary and current Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Georgia Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene.
It's evident that Trump has a plethora of strong female candidates to consider for the vice presidential role.
After a recent rally in South Dakota, Trump took a moment to express his gratitude towards Governor Noem for her endorsement. He emphasized the significance of her support by saying, "Kristi, I'm truly honored to receive your endorsement very much. I appreciate it. Thank you very much. It's a great honor. Get endorsements, some good, some bad. I get endorsements. Some don't mean anything. Hers means a lot. Let me tell you."
Trump's words highlight the importance he places on genuine endorsements and the value he sees in Noem's support.
It remains to be seen who Trump will ultimately choose as his running mate, but his openness to the idea of a female vice president is a notable development in his political journey.