GOP Insiders Reveal Clue About Trump’s Potential Running Mate

( Exclusive) – Republican Rep. Elise Stefanik from New York is now being considered as a potential running mate for President Donald Trump if he should decide for sure to run for president in 2024.

Based on the things we’ve seen thus far, it seems that Trump is highly likely to enter the race and attempt to get vindication for having the election stolen from him by Democrats who are desperate to not only gain power, but to keep it indefinitely.

That’s the only way for them to push forward their ultimate agenda of destroying everything our nation stands for and rebuilding it according to plans laid out by Karl Marx and other socialists throughout history.

According to The Western Journal, CNN reported that current and former advisers to Trump have made the argument that Stefanik, who has proven to be very loyal to him and has replaced Rep. Liz Cheney as the third ranking member of the GOP last year, would be a very strong choice for the ticket with the 45th president.

“Two people familiar with the matter said Trump has been surveying close friends and allies on what they think of Stefanik, one of several Republican women he is possibly eyeing for the potential VP slot, though he has not ruled out a few male contenders, too,” the CNN report said.

One of the sources mentioned above went on to say that Trump thinks Stefanik has abandoned the “moderate” part of the Republican Party and is staunchly in the “America First” wing.

Chris Ruddy, Newsmax CEO and a longtime friend of Donald Trump, stated, President Trump thinks very highly of Elise Stefanik. … She has been talked about in circles close to him as a potential vice presidential.”

“And there’s a feeling among a lot of people on the Republican side that they need to have a woman on the ticket this time,” the Western Journal reported.

“On a recent episode of the Fox News program ‘Life, Liberty & Levin,’ Stefanik sounded like someone who is very comfortable being associated among the MAGA ranks,” the report stated.

Stefanik was asked by show host Mark Levin for her thoughts concerning the January 6th committee, to which she replied, “This is an attack on all Trump voters and really it’s a partisan attempt by Nancy Pelosi, for her handpicked members of Congress to go after President Trump and all Republicans because they know they’re going to lose at the ballot box this November.”

She then explained that the whole thing was nothing more than a wild case of “Trump derangement syndrome” within the Democratic Party because they are “losing on every single issue, whether it’s border security, the economy, national security.”

“So they’re obsessed with continuing to go after President Trump,” Stefanik stated.

The 37-year-old agreed with Levin that Speaker Pelosi’s conduct leading up to Jan. 6, 2021 should be thoroughly investigated.

“Her office is off limits. Why? Because they know that she was offered the National Guard from the president of the United States and that they failed to secure the Capitol because of their concern with political optics. There needs to be accountability here,” Stefanik commented.

“The House Intelligence Committee member was one of Trump’s fiercest defenders during the Democrats’ first impeachment of him in the fall of 2019,” the Western Journal reported. “Stefanik did vote against Trump’s signature Tax Cuts and Jobs Act in 2017, citing the state and local tax deductions limits filers could claim, a big issue in the high-tax state of New York.”

During an interview on the “Kudlow” program airing on the Fox Business Network on Wednesday, Stefanik committed to making the tax cuts enacted during the Trump administration permanent, if the GOP manages to take over Congress.

“That’s going to be a big part of the House Republicans’ agenda, and I believe it’s a big unifier issue among elected House Republicans, but more importantly for the American people, who are facing tough economic times,” Stefanik stated.

However, unlike Trump’s former vice president, Mike Pence, Stefanik does not have close ties to the evangelical wing of the Republican Party.

“She was one of 47 Republican members to vote to codify same-sex marriage earlier this month, an issue important to many Christians,” the report noted.

There have been a number of other individuals considered for potential running mates for Trump if he runs in 2024 including Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem, and former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley.

Unfortunately for Haley, she was fairly harsh in her criticism of Trump during an interview conducted with Politico not long after the incident on Jan. 6, so that could work against her in being considered for a position on the Trump ticket.

One of the things she said about him was that his time with the GOP was over. That prediction could not have been more wrong. He’s still a major player in the party and exerts a lot of influence with voters.

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