Trump removes President Joe Biden from power in the White House
Formerr US President Donald Trump is considering running for the presidency in 2024 without Mike Pence as his vice president, and instead considering having an African American person or a woman next to him.
And Bloomberg reported that Trump told his allies that he was seriously considering trying to return to the White House, and therefore he was advised to choose a more diverse candidate for the post of Vice President.
Sources told the agency that Trump is looking at the candidacy of one of the people who stood by him in the final days of his presidency, when he was impeached for the second time by the House of Representatives for inciting riots in the Capitol.
Among the potential names as Trump’s vice president currently being brought up are South Dakota Gov. Christy Noem, who defended Trump’s legacy in the wake of the Capitol riots, and South Carolina senator Tim Scott, the only black Republican in the Senate. .
And Mike Pence is really not a potential candidate, after tensions between him and former President Donald Trump reached their peak in the days after Trump supporters stormed the Capitol and called on them to kill Pence.