Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee is still unknow

As the presidential campaign looms, Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee is still unknown.

Former President Donald Trump has been very busy in recent weeks.

In the midst of several lawsuits against him, he was convicted in his New York bribery trial, is embroiled in three other legal cases, and has continued his campaign to win back the White House.

More, however, in the midst of that whirlwind, Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee is unknown.

But Trump has another task: choosing his running mate.


A few weeks before the Republican National Convention, where the former president is expected to announce his choice for vice president.

Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee is still unknown ¿Who will it be?

According to CNN these would be the contenders to be Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee:

Doug Burgum

North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum challenged Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination before suspending his campaign in December.

Marco Rubio

With several people encouraging the former president to consider a Hispanic running mate, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, the son of Cuban immigrants, could be an attractive choice to be Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee.

J.D. Vance

Ohio Sen. J.D. Vance, a freshman, entered Congress with the help of the former president, whose endorsement helped him win a contentious race in 2022.

Still, Vance is an outspoken Trump supporter in Congress, often voting in line with the former president’s interests.

Tim Scott

Trump has said Tim Scott is “a guy I have my eye on” when asked on a radio show earlier this year if the South Carolina senator was a favorite to be his potential running mate.

Elise Stefanik

She is the chairwoman of the House GOP Conference, Elise Stefanik, was once a Trump skeptic during the 2016 campaign and in the early days of his presidency.

Ben Carson

Former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson challenged Trump for the Republican nomination in 2016. And even though Carson, who didn’t win a single primary,

Byron Donalds

Donalds has assured in that, if elected Trump’s vice president, he could assume the role of commander in chief if necessary, and said he will support Trump in any way he chooses.

Nikki Haley

Her selection could help Trump win over Republican voters looking for an alternative to the former president, she is a strong contender to be Donald Trump’s vice presidential nominee, but the candidate doesn’t see her that way.


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