Trump Selects RUNNING MATE!

( – In a bombshell announcement, former President Donald Trump revealed on a campaign stop that he has chosеn his vice-presidential running mate, though the person does not know yet.

Trump revealed that this candidate would be present at the upcoming presidential debate against Joe Biden on June 27.

The CNN-hosted debate will be a 90-minute primetimе showdown between Trump and Biden, where Trump aims to highlight concerns about Biden’s age and mental fitness.

In recent months, speculation has swirled around several Republicans as possible vice-presidential candidates on Trump’s shortlist.

Prominent names include North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, Florida Senator Marco Rubio, South Carolina Senator Tim Scott and Ohio Senator J.D. Vance.

Governor Burgum gained attention after suspending his own GOP presidential bid and aligning himself with Trump, while a  senior Trump campaign official noted Burgum’s strong reputation within Trump’s inner circle.

67-year-old Burgum boasts a net worth of at least $100 million from selling a tech startup to Microsoft. He attended the Republican National Committee’s annual donor retreat in May.

Meanwhile, Senator Rubio’s consideration is complicated by the Twelfth Amendment, which restricts presidential and vice-presidential candidates from the same state.

Trump declared Florida as his official residence during his presidency, the same state Rubio represents.

Since his 2016 presidential run, Rubio has shifted ideologically closer to Trump by defending him strongly despite their past conflicts.

Senator Vance was initially a Trump critic when his memoir “Hillbilly Elegy” became a bestseller. He has since become one of Trump’s staunchest allies and supports his policies on trade, immigration and foreign affairs.

Other potential vice-presidential candidates include South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, Florida Representative Byron Donalds and New York Representative Elise Stefanik.

Noem’s prospects were notably affected by a controversial anecdote in her memoir about killing her dog 20 years ago, which sparked widespread criticism.

Meanwhile, Stefanik and Donalds have been vocal supporters of Trump and backed him early in the 2024 primary season.

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