US Presidential elections 2024: Donald Trump looking to assemble a new team, Vivek Ramaswamy has been excluded as a potential running mate

US Presidential elections 2024 : Donald Trump and Vivek Ramaswamy

US Presidential elections 2024: Vivek Ramaswamy ruled out as Donald Trump’s running mate as he eyes new team

Donald Trump has opted not to select Vivek Ramaswamy as his running mate and is currently contemplating offering him a position within his Cabinet, as reported by Bloomberg.

The report mentioned that Trump personally informed Ramaswamy that he won’t be selected as his vice president. However, Trump is considering offering Ramaswamy positions like Homeland Security secretary. Some of Trump’s allies see Ramaswamy as a suitable candidate for the role because of his effective public speaking abilities and his background as an Indian-American son of immigrants. They believe this could potentially help alleviate criticism of Trump’s strict immigration policies, as outlined in the Bloomberg report.

Trump and his team have found several individuals noteworthy for potential Cabinet positions, among them, another former GOP primary contender, North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, as well as Representative Elise Stefanik and former US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer.

Former President Donald Trump offered a eleventh-hour endorsement in a closely fought northwest Ohio congressional district on Monday, as reported by the news agency AP. He backed state Rep. Derek Merrin over another Republican candidate, whom Trump’s key ally in the state has praised as “a steadfast conservative.”

On Monday, former President Donald Trump issued a spontaneous endorsement in a highly contested northwest Ohio congressional district. He threw his support behind state Rep. Derek Merrin over a competing Republican, whom Trump’s most trusted ally in the state has characterized as “a rock-solid conservative.”

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