With a convincing win in the Iowa caucus and potential wins in early deciding states, former President Donald Trump is getting closer to securing the GOP nomination in the 2024 presidential election.
While many feel the 2024 Republican presidential race has already been decided, one item that hasn’t been decided is who the former president will select as his vice presidential running mate.
What Happened: Trump won the Iowa caucus with 51% of the vote, earning 20 delegates in the Republican primary race. Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and Nikki Haley ranked second and third with 21.2% and 19.1% of the vote, respectively.
Since the results of Iowa, Republican candidates DeSantis and Vivek…
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