(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina, a member of the Republican Party, has shared his thoughts on the possibility of joining Donald Trump as his vice-presidential partner for the upcoming November elections. In a conversation with Fox News Digital, Senator Scott emphasized his main focus is on supporting the former president’s campaign to win against Joe Biden.
Over the weekend, during an interview with Maria Bartiromo on Fox News, Donald Trump mentioned that he is contemplating including Senator Scott and Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota in his list of potential vice-presidential candidates. He also shared the qualities he’s looking for in a vice-presidential candidate.
Senator Scott expressed his views on Monday, stating, “The most important outcome for us is to secure another four years for President Donald Trump.” He believes the nation was in a better position during Trump’s presidency and stressed the importance of maintaining focus on this goal.
Trump, in his discussion with Bartiromo, highlighted that his main criterion for a vice-presidential candidate is someone capable of leading the nation if necessary, emphasizing the unpredictability of circumstances that might require the vice president to step in.
While Trump has mentioned he is not in a rush to announce his choice for a running mate, he has praised both Senator Scott and Governor Noem. He remarked on Scott’s recent defenses and support, suggesting Scott might be a stronger candidate in support of Trump’s campaign than on his own. Trump also commended Noem for her loyalty, noting her public statement that she would not challenge him as she believes she couldn’t win against him.
Trump also addressed rumors about reaching out to independent candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. for a potential vice-presidential partnership, denying any such interaction took place.
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