'She Is The Go-To Messenger': Kellyanne Conway Could Make A Comeback On Team Trump

Former advisor to 45th President Donald Trump and 2016 campaign spokeswoman Kellyanne Conway is eyeing a return to Trump's orbit amid an increasingly competitive 2024 election cycle between President Joe Biden and his Republican challenger. Conway, who left the Trump White House in 2020 to focus on family, was essential in getting the real estate titan elected in 2016 and is considering returning to the spotlight.

According to an Axios report, Conway is considering joining Trump's 2024 team alongside Chris LaCivita and Susie Wiles. However, the Trump campaign has denied offering her a spot. Conway, a frequent guest on Fox News, has been at the forefront of GOP policy debates in recent years, with the Trump ally telling Axios, "I've been doing the last few years what I've been doing the last few decades. But this time, with the brass ring of having helped elect a president and serving in the White House."

After leaving the Trump White House as a formidable spokesperson for the president, Conway has forcefully voiced her opinion on several controversial topics in Republican politics, from a national abortion ban to what the party's stance on in vitro fertilization (IVF) should be to whether the party should back a TikTok ban. Conway is currently working for the super PAC Club For Growth to lobby Congress against a ban on the Chinese-owned social media app.

"She is the go-to messenger when it comes to hot-button issues," an anonymous source told Axios. "Anytime she talks about a topic, Republicans and Trump's orbit take it very seriously." Conway's opinion in Trump's inner orbit seems to matter substantially to those running his campaign, possibly giving some insight into who Trump would pick for vice president. In a guest essay in The New York Times last month, Conway explained that the 45th president should pick a person of color as his running mate. Conway suggested a potential Trump VP pick could be Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL), Rep. Wesley Hunt (R-TX), or former House and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson.

While some in Trump's orbit are skeptical about the former Trump spokeswoman trying to return to the team, Kellyanne Conway's record speaks for itself. As one of the few Trump officials who willingly left the White House in 2020, she remains on good terms with the former president and has proven to be a decisive communicator both on the campaign trail and during the administration. 

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