One week after the midterms, former President Donald Trump announced he will seek the top White House prize again in 2024. Trump made his announcement at his Mar-A-Lago Resort in Florida before a boisterous audience of supporters. He blasted the Biden administration for its gross neglect of the economy, unleashing the worst inflationary rates in 50 years, leading to rapidly rising food and gasoline prices.
Already, speculation is turning toward who Trump will tap as vice president. He will not be running again with Mike Pence, and we can all be grateful he is dumping that chump.
Instead, he is said to be focusing on naming a woman as his running mate. Among the possible contenders being mentioned: South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene from Georgia, Arizona gubernatorial hopeful Kari Lake and U.S. Rep. Liz Stefanik of New York. Here’s more from the Next News Network.