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Trump’s New VP?

House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik from New York expressed openness to potentially being Donald Trump’s vice-presidential candidate for the 2024 elections. She conveyed a strong sense of honor at the prospect of serving in Trump’s administration if he secures a second term.

In a conversation with Kristen Welker on NBC News’s “Meet the Press,” Stefanik highlighted her early endorsement of Trump’s reelection and her unwavering support for him. She emphasized her belief in Trump’s victory in the upcoming November elections.

Regarding discussions about her potentially joining Trump as his vice-presidential pick, Stefanik chose not to divulge details. She shifted the focus to her commitment to winning, mentioning her frequent discussions with Trump. As the House Republican Conference chair and representative for New York’s 21st congressional district, she underlined the importance of ensuring Trump’s strong standing for the general election.

Stefanik reiterated her willingness to serve in a future Trump administration when pressed for a more definitive answer. However, she stressed her current priorities lie with her significant roles as the conference chair and representative of her district.

As the leading Republican presidential candidate, Trump has hinted at the possibility of choosing a female running mate for the 2024 campaign. Stefanik, known for her role in shaping the messaging for the House GOP, has emerged as one of Trump’s most vocal supporters in Congress over recent years.

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