Who might Trump choose as VP? The possibilities are endless. . . .

House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC) have both emerged as top contenders to be Trump’s vice president, and both appear to consider the other as a threat.

The Daily Beast discusses recent reporting about the opposition research being done quietly by the Tim Scott team. on Elise Stefanik. “The dirt reportedly centered on Stefanik’s anti-Trump past, specifically her criticism of his stances on Medicare and Social Security in the 2016 race.”

Axios also adds Kristi Noem, Governor of South Dakota, to the list. However Noem told Sunday Morning Futures” on Sunday that she and Trump “talk all the time,” but that the two have “never had that conversation” about her potentially being his running mate. JD Vance is also being mentioned.

Trump is himself playing coy, a tactic which will result in all the potentials going after one another.

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