Former President Donald Trump is likely to pick a vice presidential candidate that is “loyal,” has “charisma,” and is “ideologically aligned” with him. While no candidates have publicly announced their intent to be Trump’s VP, there are many people auditioning behind the scenes.
Steve Bannon recently suggested that Robert F. Kennedy Jr. could be a potential running mate for Trump in 2024. While Kennedy may seem like an unusual choice, he has a lot of support for the American populist movement.
The Washington Examiner has named four Republican women who could be high on Trump’s shortlist: Kristi Noem, Elise Stefanik, Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Kari Lake. Each has its own unique strengths, but the ultimate decision will be up to Trump himself.
As we approach the 2024 election, it will be interesting to see who Trump chooses as his running mate. Whoever it is, they will need to be loyal, charismatic, and ideologically aligned with him if they hope to win.