As Biden continues to spend trillions, many are looking to 2024 to fix it. Plenty of conservatives hope that Trump will return to politics for a third presidential bid.
The 45th president has not officially announced he will run again, but there has been endless speculation for months, and Trump has let people know what he’s thinking.
Now Trump is shaking things up by discussing whom he might choose as a possible running mate.
In the past, he mentioned South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem. But it looks like he might be interested in another popular governor.
One who might be the frontrunner if Trump doesn’t run.
In a FOX Business exclusive interview former President Trump discusses his platform for a potential 2024 run, which he said would include protecting the Second Amendment, the border and the energy industry.
During a recent interview, Trump discussed possible plans for 2024, including who he might pick as his running mate.
Mike Pence served Trump well in his first term. But we all know that their relationship was strained by the end of the election.
It’s possible Trump no longer wants to work with Pence if he decides to run again.
He may need a new face and new energy for his second term.
Many names have been floating around about possible 2024 Republican candidates. Or, who might run with Trump.
The 45th president recently discussed Ron DeSantis, the conservative governor of Florida.
DeSantis has become a popular leader within the GOP, especially after the 2020 crisis. He refused to buckle to pressure, quickly reopening his state while still protecting residents.
Recently, he’s made news for his battle against online censorship and opposition to the Biden administration.
There are plenty of conservatives who are hoping DeSantis runs for president himself. Perhaps that’s why Trump is eyeing him as a running mate.
Either way, we might be seeing a lot of DeSantis come 2024.
Do you think Ron DeSantis would be a good VP for Trump?
- Trump discussed his possible plans for running 2024, including his running mate.
- The 45th president revealed he might go with Ron DeSantis, governor of Florida.
- DeSantis is becoming a popular figure in the GOP, because of his strong leadership.