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Trump Delivers Devastating News To His 2024 Opponents


Things are not looking good for his GOP opponents.

In his quest to reclaim the presidency from President Biden in the upcoming election, former President Donald Trump has garnered another significant endorsement, this time from the Republican Governor of South Dakota, Kristi Noem. Governor Noem, who is gaining national prominence, announced her full and unwavering endorsement of Trump for the presidency during a political event in Rapid City, South Dakota.

According to Fox, at the event, Governor Noem expressed her commitment to supporting Trump’s candidacy, stating, “I will do everything I can to help him win and save this country.” She introduced Trump as “the 45th and the 47th President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.” This alliance between the two prominent politicians has sparked speculation that Trump, currently the leading contender for the GOP presidential nomination, may consider Governor Noem as a potential running mate. However, Noem has downplayed this speculation, stating that she and Trump have not discussed such a possibility.

When asked whether her endorsement and collaboration with Trump could be seen as an audition for the vice presidential position, Governor Noem responded, “I don’t think so.” Nevertheless, she did not rule out the idea entirely, adding, “Yeah, I’d have to consider it.” She emphasized the critical importance of the current political climate, where constitutional freedoms are under threat, as a factor in her consideration.


During his remarks, Trump praised Governor Noem, hailing her as “one of the most successful governors in the entire nation.” He expressed his honor at receiving her endorsement.

It’s worth noting that Governor Noem had contemplated a presidential run in 2024 but has recently voiced her belief that Trump is the strongest candidate for the GOP nomination. She asserted that “he’s the one that can win,” citing his impressive record and the familiarity voters have with him.

Governor Noem joins a growing list of Republican governors who have thrown their support behind Trump, even before the primary and caucus voting has commenced. This list includes South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice, and Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy.