Trump narrows VP search to just SEVEN candidates as vetting papers are sent out to potential running mates – here’s who makes the list and when he will announce his pick

Published June 6, 2024
  • Sources close to Trump spoke anonymously to discuss the outreach efforts
  • Doug Burgum, Marco Rubio, JD Vance and Tim Scott were allegedly contacted 
  • Byron Donalds, Elise Stefanik and Ben Carson are also said to be considered

Donald Trump has narrowed his search for a vice presidential candidate to just seven contenders and has begun requesting information from each.

Among those in the running are North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, Florida‘s Marco RubioOhio Sen. JD Vance and South Carolina’s Tim Scott, according to campaign sources cited by Fox News. 

Florida Rep. Byron Donalds, New York Rep. Elise Stefanik, and Trump’s 2016 rival-turned cabinet member Ben Carson were also said to be on the list – a set of seven who will vetted after they fill out the forms, two others said.

The paperwork sent to each reportedly varies, one of the sources said, as reps for each of the rumored candidates did not respond to requests for comment.

Aides, meanwhile, have cautioned that Trump’s list is not concrete and ever-evolving – and that, at the end of the day, the decision will ultimately be up to him.



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Donald Trump has narrowed down his search for a running mate and is focused on four potential vice president candidates, all of whom are men, according to a report.

Trump, who was historically convicted of 34 felony charges in New York last week, has recently received vetting material from some of the candidates, sources told NBC News.

The source told the outlet that the search is concentrating on North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and US Senators Marco Rubio of Florida, Tim Scott of South Carolina, and JD Vance of Ohio.

Another insider told NBC News that it was down to a three-way battle between Burgum, Rubio, and Vance.

The outlet stated it is not known which of the potential running mates has been asked to provide vetting material to the campaign.




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