Former US President Donald Trump is running for another term in the 2024 presidential election.
Meanwhile, a report has claimed that if he gets a chance to file a nomination for the 2024 election from the Republican Party, he would like to include a woman candidate for the post of Vice President as his aide.
Significantly, Donald Trump has had differences with his former Vice President Mike Pence, both of whom have made verbal attacks on each other several times.
According to media reports, the campaign of Donald Trump is gaining momentum even before the election. At the same time, there is talk that along with the former President, three women can potentially be contenders for the ticket for the post of Vice President. These include the names of Marjorie Taylor Greene, Elise Stefanik and Kristi Noem.
Taylor Greene and Stefanik have been outspoken supporters of Trump and have taken steps in the House to try to overturn both impeachments brought against Trump.
Meanwhile, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem is considered the most attractive to general voters because of her administrative experience as governor since 2019. He has lobbied behind several right-wing measures over the years.