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Kristi Noem, desperate to be Trump’s #2, is pulling out all the stops as the veepstakes heats up

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Donald Trump‘s running mate in 2024. And, after months of campaigning for the job, it appears she’s just about sealed the deal.Earlier this week, the 52-year-old gay-hating governor flew down to Mar-a-Lago to have a private meeting with the 77-year-old one-term, twice-impeached, quadruply-indicted ex-president.“It was a good, long conversation with the president,” she told local media afterwards. “We met for a long time.”Stay woke with our daily briefing while staying informed on all things LGBTQ+ entertainment, life, and more!But she stopped short of saying what they actually spoke about.“I’m not going to share private conversations that I had with the president,” she teased. “We did have a good meeting yesterday.”“I’ve known Trump for years,” she continued. “We worked together when I was in Congress, he’s come to South Dakota, so it was good to visit with him and talk a little bit about 2024.”The meeting comes just days after she tied with 9/11 truther Vivek Ramaswamy for first place for Trump’s VP pick in a straw poll conducted at CPAC.Both received 15% of the vote, followed by Tulsi Gabbard at 9% and Elise Stefanik and Tim Scott tied at 8%.

Further down the list was Kari Lake at 6% and Sarah Huckabee Sanders at 5%.During a speech at CPAC, Noem took a shot at anyone who dared to run against Trump for the 2024 nomination, then crowed about how she was one of the first people to endorse him for president and didn’t even consider entering the race herself because, unlike all the others, she’s a loyal sycophant.“Why did all these other people and candidates get into the race?” she asked the crowd. “For themselves.

For personal benefit. For a spotlight for a period of time.”She went on to gush about how Trump “broke politics in 2016” and “I think that’s a good thing.”“Because he’s real,” she continued. “He’s not perfect—none of us are.

But he cares about you. And what I love about him the most is that he doesn’t think he’s better than you.”At CPAC 2024, South Dakota.

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