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Breaking: Rumors Swirl Over NEW Contender For VP Slot

A new frontrunner has surfaced among the remaining candidates being considered as running mates for President Donald Trump. Lately, individuals such as South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem and South Carolina Senator Tim Scott have been highlighted as possible top choices. However, Trump is said to be displeased with Noem after she revealed in a forthcoming book that she had to euthanize one of her dogs for attacking livestock on her family’s ranch.

“Now, reports have emerged that Trump may be eyeing North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum (R) as a possible vice-presidential pick. Burgum has emerged before in the swirling conversations about who would pack the most punch on a 2024 Trump ticket, but now, as the general election creeps closer, his name has generated a lot of media buzz,” Right Side Broadcasting Network (RSBN) reported.

According to Axios, Burgum’s position on the list has been elevated following his attendance at an Easter brunch hosted by Trump and former first lady Melania Trump at Mar-a-Lago. Sources have also revealed that Trump has been increasingly discussing Burgum with his advisers in recent weeks.

“Two sources familiar with Trump’s thinking said he likes Burgum’s measured demeanor and his gubernatorial experience — and sees Burgum as reliable and low-drama,” Axios, which first reported the story, noted. “Those are similar to the traits Trump cited in 2016, when he tapped Mike Pence to be his running mate. At the time, Pence was Indiana’s governor.”

The outlet further mentioned that Burgum, who briefly pursued a low-probability bid for the GOP nomination, has been actively supporting Trump by appearing on conservative media platforms and advocating for his campaign.

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