In this critical midterm season, Americans need to know which Republicans are ready to fight for the country.
RINOs continue to infest the party, including 14 senators who just supported gun control.
But there is a new rising star among the MAGA faithful. A woman who has managed to impress even Donald Trump.
And he just said she could be the president in just 6 years.
From Conservative Brief:
New York Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik is a rising star in the party and has the full support of former President Donald Trump…
“I want to congratulate Elise on her success. Man is she moving fast. That means at this rate she’ll be President in about 6 years,” Trump remarked.
Donald Trump praised the hard work and success of New York Republican Elise Stefanik. He even said she has “become the boss” in D.C.
Calling her a “rocket ship,” he remarked that she could become the president in 6 years. Meaning, that she might win the 2030 Election.
Even CNN is noticing.
While talk about a 2024 vice presidential pick is of course premature, conversations about adding Stefanik to a future Trump ticket have gained steam in recent weeks at Mar-a-Lago and in other Republican circles, sources said.
Could Stefanik become Trump’s next running mate? That is a possibility. The Republican also had good things to say about 45.
From Fox News:
“He’s going to play a really important role. We’re working as one team to make sure that our voters turn out and I will tell you, voters across this country have buyer’s remorse for those that voted for Joe Biden because they’re seeing the devastating impacts of his policies and they were doing a lot better under President Trump’s leadership.”
It appears Stefanik is working closely with the GOP and Trump to ensure a major voter turnout in November.
But after that, who knows?
- Trump praised NY Republican Elise Stefanik, saying she might become president.
- This comes as Trump continues to endorse Republican candidates for 2022.
- CNN even speculated that she might become Trump’s 2024 running mate.
Source: Conservative Brief, CNN, Fox News