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South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem Says She’d Consider Being Trump’s VP If Asked


South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem said that she would consider becoming former President Donald Trump’s vice presidential pick in 2024, if she was asked.

While she has long evaded questions about a possible 2024 presidential bid, she gave a recent interview suggesting that she would be the GOP presidential nominee’s No. 2.

“I will tell you that, of course, I would consider it,” Mrs. Noem told Fox News’s Sean Hannity. “I think everybody should consider it. Our country is breaking in front of our very eyes today, and everybody should be part of putting it back on its foundation.”

She then affirmed her support for President Trump as the likely nominee, saying that “if President Trump is back in the White House, I would do all I can to help him be successful.”

A RealClearPolitics average of GOP polling shows that the former president is still far ahead of the rest of the Republican field, obtaining about 55.5 percent support. Next is Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, who has 14.5 percent, and businessman Vivek Ramaswamy, with 7.2 percent.

Several months ago, Mrs. Noem was asked in another interview about whether another candidate could win. “No, I don’t think so. President Trump is in the race and right now I don’t see a path to victory for anybody else with him in the race and the situation as it sits today,” she said.

“But I think people should saddle up—it could be a roller coaster of a presidential race,” she added. “I think it’ll be unprecedented in what we’ll see. There’s a lot of unknowns and the person who may win may not even be in the race yet.”

So far, President Trump has not commented on whether he would consider Mrs. Noem as a potential running mate. Last month, he suggested in a Truth Social post that the first Republican debate could serve as an audition of sorts to see who he may consider for his presidential pick.

“Let them debate so I can see who I MIGHT consider for Vice President!” he wrote on Truth Social.