Conway Offers Insight Into Trump VP Considerations, Suggests ‘Person Of Color’

With primaries underway this month, a hot topic is who President Donald Trump will choose to be his VP.

Conservative Brief reports thoughts:

Kellyanne Conway, a Republican pollster who played a key role in helping guide former President Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign to victory and subsequently held a high-ranking position in his White House, discussed her opinions regarding the 2024 Veepstakes.

In a guest post for The New York Times, Conway stated that when determining what should be Trump’s “most important” question regarding a running mate for 2024, the question “Who?” is less significant than “Why?”

“In other words, the individual should complement, not complicate, his America First record and vision, and recognize the difference between loyalty-as-tenacity (yes) and loyalty-as-obsequiousness (no),” Conway wrote.

Conway suggested that Sens. Tom Cotton (R-AR) or Marco Rubio (R-FL), as well as former Secretary of State and Director of the CIA Mike Pompeo, might be good choices to assist Trump in navigating obstacles at home and abroad. Conway also mentioned that she had suggested Mike Pence as his running mate in 2016.

Conway speculated that Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH) or Rubio might help Trump skillfully navigate the divisive topic of abortion. She also brought up Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), who backed Trump after withdrawing from the 2024 presidential race.

There were also “experienced female elected officials/grandmothers,” including Sen. Joni Ernst (R-IA), Sen. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem.

Conway expressed expected skepticism about Florida Governor Ron DeSantis’ ability to draw additional support for a Trump ticket following his  low numbers in his own run.

Conservative Brief reported that Trump himself has mentioned individuals:

Trump mentioned two individuals when asked who he would choose as his vice presidential running mate over the weekend.

During an interview on Fox News with host Maria Bartiromo, Trump named South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem and South Carolina Sen. Tim Scott.

“Well, I have a lot of good people. We have a lot of really good people. I have a lot of good ideas, but I haven’t — and there’s no reason to do that quickly. I speak to everybody. I called Tim Scott … and I said, ‘You’re a much better candidate for me than you are for yourself.’ When I watched Tim, he was fine, he was good, but he was very low-key, et cetera, et cetera,” Trump said.

“I watched him in the last week defending me and sticking up for me and fighting for me,” he continued. “I said, man, I said, ‘you’re a much better person for me than you are for yourself’, because, for himself, he was low-key. For me, he’s been a real tiger. He’s been incredible. And others have too.”

Trump stated that he would deliberate for “a while” before deciding and that having a good candidate for vice president is his top priority.

“Kristi Noem has been incredible fighting for me,” Trump added. “She said I’d never run against him because I can’t beat him. That was a very nice thing to say.”

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