Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota has expressed her willingness to be the GOP vice presidential candidate in the 2024 election, particularly if it means supporting former President Donald Trump’s return to the White House. Although she has avoided answering questions about her own potential run for president in 2024, she quickly affirmed her openness to becoming the running mate for the Republican presidential nominee.
In an interview with Hannity, Noem stated, “I will tell you that, of course, I would consider it. I think everybody should consider it.” She emphasized the current challenges facing the nation and the importance of everyone playing a role in rebuilding and restoring it.
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Furthermore, Noem reiterated her support for Trump, stating, “If President Trump is back in the White House, I would do all I can to help him be successful.” This highlights her dedication to working with Trump and her alignment with his policies and vision.
While Noem has been asked about her own aspirations for the presidency, she remains focused on her duties as governor of South Dakota. She highlighted the thriving economy of her state and the support it offers to workers, including the immediate recognition of their licenses, enabling them to start working right away.
Noem’s emphasis on South Dakota’s job opportunities and freedom underscores her conservative values and commitment to promoting economic growth and individual liberty. With her potential vice presidential candidacy and her dedication to Trump, Noem positions herself as a strong conservative leader with the potential to make a significant impact in the upcoming 2024 election.