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TRUMP’S VP Pick: Who Will Join Him to Defeat Biden?

Trump Eyes Seven Potential VP Picks Ahead of GOP Convention

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Trump Eyes Seven Potential VP Picks Ahead of GOP Convention

Former President Donald Trump is narrowing down his choices for a vice-presidential candidate, aiming to announce his pick before or at the upcoming Republican National Convention. The chosen candidate will join Trump in the first debate against Democratic President Joe Biden on Thursday night, just ahead of the convention’s kickoff on July 15 in Milwaukee.

The shortlist features a diverse group of contenders, each offering distinct advantages:

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum: A wealthy entrepreneur and venture capitalist, Burgum has emerged as a visible Trump advocate after endorsing him post his own presidential campaign exit.

Sen. J.D. Vance from Ohio: Famed for his memoir “Hillbilly Elegy,” Vance has become a fervent supporter of Trump’s policies despite earlier criticisms.

Florida’s Sen. Marco Rubio: Once Trump’s rival in the 2016 primaries, Rubio now brings respected insights on foreign policy and national security — qualities that could attract moderate Republicans and Hispanic voters alike.

Rep. Byron Donalds from Florida: Known for his strong conservative stance and support for Trump, Donalds could enhance Trump’s appeal among Black voters but might have to navigate past controversial remarks.

South Carolina’s Sen. Tim Scott: As the only Black Republican senator, Scott adds racial diversity and a preacher’s eloquence to his political résumé; he worked closely with Trump during his presidency on key policy issues.

New York Rep. Elise Stefanik: Notable as the only woman in consideration, Stefanik’s transformation into a staunch Trump ally might help sway suburban women voters.

Ben Carson: The former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under Trump has forged a robust relationship with him despite their rocky start as competitors in 2016.

Each contender brings unique qualities that could shape Trump’s campaign strategy leading into the convention and beyond.

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