Republican Governor Reject Trump’s V.P. Offer?

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( – On Sunday, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) suggested that she had no interest in serving as the vice president of former president Donald Trump.

During a CBS News’s “Face the Nation” appearance, Sanders argued that she loved her current position and that she believes it is one of the best possible jobs. As she said she was honored to be serving as the governor and she was hopeful that she would get the chance to serve another seven years. These comments suggest that Sanders is not open to the possibility of leaving her job early to join Trump’s campaign.

Sanders had previously served as the press secretary of the former President and she has frequently backed him and praised his first term in office. In November 2023 she also endorsed Trump’s current presidential bid.

Many in Trump’s inner circle have suggested that it is likely that Trump was going to select a woman as his next vice president with some even claiming that Sanders was an option.

Recently Trump signaled that he had already decided who his VP pick would be, however, he has not provided any indication of who it could potentially be. Recently Trump has won the support of many prominent Republican politicians, including from Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) on Friday. Trump previously suspended his presidential campaign in which he had been focused on spreading a message of positivity.

On Sunday, during an interview on CNN’s “State of the Union,” Scott left the possibility of becoming Trump’s vice President open. At the time he claimed that the only thing he wanted was for Trump to win another term in office and for the GOP to win the House and Senate majority.

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