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Trump Lists Texas Governor as Potential Vice Presidential Candidate

Former President Trump recently confirmed that Texas Governor Greg Abbott is firmly on his radar as a potential vice-presidential candidate, expanding an already broad list of possibilities for his running mate. In a discussion with Sean Hannity on Fox News, conducted near the U.S.-Mexico border and featuring Abbott, Trump affirmed the Governor’s consideration for the VP slot.

When probed about other potential candidates not yet mentioned publicly, Trump shifted focus to commend Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, hinting at his potential as a running mate. Describing Scott as an outstanding individual and a strong supporter, Trump highlighted his qualities and contributions.

As the Republican nomination appears increasingly likely for Trump, with his campaign anticipating securing the needed delegates by mid-March, speculation around his vice-presidential choice continues to grow. During a town hall with Laura Ingraham, Trump acknowledged considering a diverse group, including Senator Tim Scott, entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, Governors Ron DeSantis of Florida and Kristi Noem of South Dakota, Representative Byron Donalds, and former Representative Tulsi Gabbard, among others. However, despite confirming these names, Trump’s history of critical remarks about DeSantis suggests he may not be a final choice.

Additional figures thought to be contenders for the VP position include Representative Elise Stefanik, Senator JD Vance, Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and Senator Katie Britt, showcasing the wide array of personalities and political figures under Trump’s consideration for his potential second-in-command.