Former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard as Trump’s 2024 running mate? It’s a possibility that’s causing a stir on social media and beyond. Fox News host Greg Gutfeld recently revealed his belief that Gabbard is on Trump’s shortlist, and insiders have suggested she could be the ideal candidate for the former President. But is Gabbard the right choice for Vice President? Her ideas, achievements, and individuality could make her the perfect candidate, and her views on anti-white racism and other controversial issues could help attract Trump’s base. With Trump’s team saying that his VP pick must be “loyal,” “charismatic,” and “ideologically aligned,” could Gabbard be the answer? Keep watching to find out more.
The question of who will be Trump’s running mate for the 2024 election has been on many people’s minds, and now Fox News host Greg Gutfeld has given his prediction. During a segment on “The Five,” Gutfeld said he believes that former Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard could be Trump’s Vice President pick.
Gutfeld praised Gabbard for being an individual and for her achievements and ideas. He also highlighted her views on anti-white racism, which he said was “true” and something that “most people can’t say.” However, he noted that he disagreed with her on some issues.
Despite Gutfeld’s prediction, there are still many names being floated around as potential candidates. According to Trump insiders the former President is looking for a Vice President who is “loyal,” “charismatic,” and “ideologically aligned” with him. While no names have been announced yet, the Daily Caller reported that “a lot of people” are “auditioning” behind the scenes.
An unnamed Trump adviser told Politico that the 45th President is likely to choose a running mate “from three general lanes of candidates: women, conservatives of color, or a trusted adviser.”
One report from the Washington Examiner listed four Republican women who could be high on Trump’s shortlist, including South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, New York Representative Elise Stefanik, Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Arizona Republican Kari Lake.
Sanders, the youngest governor in the US and the longest-tenured press secretary in the Trump White House, has recently gained attention for her strong response to President Biden’s State of the Union address.
Noem, who was elected as South Dakota’s first female governor in 2018, has made a name for herself as a leading Republican lawmaker.
Stefanik, the current chairwoman of the House GOP conference, was elected as a centrist Republican in 2015 but has shifted increasingly to the right. She endorsed Trump’s 2024 run days before he announced his candidacy.
Lake, a former Phoenix-area news anchor, is a controversial pick after losing her Trump-endorsed 2022 gubernatorial bid against Democrat Katie Hobbs.
While these four women are seen as likely picks, there is also speculation about others, including Georgia Republican Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene. However, no one knows for sure who Trump will choose, and many believe that Gabbard could be the dark horse candidate for the job.
The question of who will be Donald Trump’s running mate for the 2024 election is one that’s on everyone’s mind. With speculation mounting, many names have been floated as potential candidates, including Tulsi Gabbard. Fox News host Greg Gutfeld recently predicted that Gabbard could be the one, while insiders have hinted that Trump is looking for someone who is “loyal,” “charismatic,” and “ideologically aligned.” With the election still another year away, there is still time for Trump to make his decision. Yet whoever he picks will hep guide the course of American history. Stay tuned to Next News for the latest updates on Trump’s potential 2024 running mate.
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