Report: Trump ‘Strongly’ Considering Kari Lake As VP Pick As His Poll Numbers Continue To Skyrocket

Forty-fifth President and leading 2024 presidential candidate Donald Trump is, according to a report published by Axios on Tuesday, “strongly considering” bestowing his vice presidential pick upon Arizona Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake.

Lake has proven herself as a patriot and loyal supporter of President Trump, something former Vice President Mike Pence failed to do.

“Anyone who thinks they know what President Trump is going to do is seriously misinformed and trying to curry favor with ‘potential’ V.P. candidates,” Trump spokesperson Steven Cheung told Axios.

“President Trump will choose his running mate on his own time, and those who are playing the media game are doing so at their own peril,” he added.

While Trump’s VP pick remains uncertain, it’s certain whoever he does pick will likely end up being the vice president of the United States.

“I am 100% dedicated to serving as Arizona Governor. I will also work to make sure President Trump gets back in the White House ASAP. Anything outside of those two goals is nothing but a distraction,” Lake said in a response to the Daily Mail.

According to the recent Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) famous straw poll, Trump came in first place, of course, with a 42-point landslide with 62 percent. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis came in second place with 20 percent, 42 points behind Trump.


According to another recent poll, Trump would beat President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris if the election were held today.

The poll, released exclusively to The Hill by Harvard CAPS-Harris Polling, asked 1,838 registered voters from February 15-16 who they would vote for if the 2024 presidential election were held today.

Trump beat Biden by five points with 46 percent, compared to Biden’s 41 percent. Trump also beat Harris, beating her by ten points with 49 percent, compared to her 39 percent.

In the Republican primary, Trump beat Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) by 23 points. Trump beat DeSantis with 46 percent to DeSantis’s 23 percent. This is a five-point drop in support for DeSantis since last month.

According to an interesting, yet not surprising, recent Washington Post-ABC News poll, the majority of Republicans want Trump to be the Republican nominee, while only 36 percent of Democrats want Biden to be the Democrat nominee.

A whopping 62 percent of Democrat voters are opposed to Biden being the Democrat nominee showcasing that even Biden’s own party is turning against him as scandal after scandal takes over his presidency.

With polls showing Trump in the lead amongst all potential Republican and Democrat challengers, any potential candidate will have an impossible battle if they attempt to usurp the favorite to win the 2024 nomination. 

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