Donald Trump is considering picking this RINO as his running mate

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Speculation is growing about who could join Donald Trump on the ticket.

The shortlist is rumored to include a creature of Washington, D.C.’s “Swamp.”

Now Donald Trump is considering picking this RINO as his running mate.

Rumors are running rampant about who could become former President Donald Trump’s running mate.

Trump told Fox News during a town hall in Iowa that he knows who he’s going to pick but wouldn’t give any clues.

He’s reportedly interested in picking a woman as his running mate to help him with female voters and shore up support in crucial suburban areas.

Names like Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), Arizona Senate candidate Kari Lake, and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem have been mentioned in connection with the slot.

But a report from NBC News said that Trump is considering Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) to be his Vice President.

The 39-year-old Stefanik is the fourth-ranking Republican in the House as chair of the House Republican Conference.

“She’s a killer,” Trump reportedly said at a Mar-a-Lago dinner.

Stefanik worked on Sen. Mitt Romney’s (R-UT) 2012 Presidential campaign and has a terrible voting record despite representing the most Republican Congressional district in New York.

Her voting record in Congress is to the Left of RINOs Liz Cheney and Romney according to the key votes compiled by the Conservative Review in their Liberty Scorecard.

Stefanik voted with seven other House Republicans in favor of codifying transgender protections into federal law and undermining religious liberty by voting in favor of the Equality Act in 2019.

She’s also voted to fund the war in Ukraine and for every bloated spending bill requested by President Joe Biden to fund the government.

Stefanik came into office in 2014 as a moderate but has rebranded herself as a strong Trump supporter after he took office in 2016.

“Stefanik is at the top,” former Trump White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said.

Loyalty is going to be a high priority for Trump after his falling out with former Vice President Mike Pence over January 6.

“If you’re Trump, you want someone who’s loyal above all else,” a Republican campaign operative said. “Particularly because he sees Mike Pence as having made a fatal sin.”

Stefanik didn’t rule out the possibility of becoming Trump’s Vice President when NBC asked her about it.

“Well, I, of course, would be honored to serve in any capacity in a Trump administration,” Stefanik said.

Donald Trump would only alienate his conservative base by picking her as his Vice President.

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