GOP Rep. Stefanik Would Be ‘Honored’ As a Trump VP Pick

Representative Elise Stefanik, a Republican from New York who heads the House Republican Conference, said that she would be open to serving as former President Donald Trump’s running mate in 2024 and would also be willing to serve in the White House if Trump were elected.

During an appearance on Meet the Press, Stefanik expressed her pride in being an unwavering ally of President Trump and predicted that he would win the election in November. She said being the first congress member to support his reelection is an honor, and she couldn’t be prouder. It would be a tremendous pleasure to be a part of the Trump administration in any way.

In response to a pointed inquiry about whether or not she discussed the possibility of becoming Trump’s vice president, she said she would not go into the substance of her discussions with President Trump.

Reports reveal that Trump, the most prominent Republican contender for president, has openly considered the idea of choosing a female Vice President to run with him.

Stefanik has been leading the House GOP’s messaging efforts as leader of the Republican conference. On Capitol Hill, she has emerged as one of the most ardent supporters of Trump in recent years.

Reports show Trump has not specified who he would choose or provide a timeframe for making a final selection, but he did add that the Republican Party has a strong bench and many individuals would be excellent possibilities.

Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio, House Republican conference chairperson Elise Stefanik (NY), Representative Byron Donalds (FL), Senator Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee, and Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina are among the several others who are likely to be considered. It seems that Haley’s prospects of being chosen are bleak, given that Trump has recently escalated his assaults on her, calling her a “Birdbrain,” and that the GOP has a long list of potential candidates for this position.