USA, Trump: “I Have Picked My Vice President”

However, the name has not yet been released and will be announced during the Republican Party convention on July 15-18

Donald Trump has announced that he has picked his vice president, but is keeping the name private, explaining that he “hasn’t told anyone yet.”

All will be revealed during the Republican Party convention to be held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, scheduled for July 15-18, 2024. Joe Biden has already chosen his vice, who will again be Kamala Harris, forming a couple that is not exactly extremely popular at the moment.

The incumbent US president and former White House leader are preparing for a June 27 confrontation on CNN, the first in this campaign, ahead of the November 5, 2024 presidential election. To that end, Trump explained: “I don’t want to underestimate him, he’s going to be a worthy person to debate,” the tycoon said, referring to the old Biden vs. Paul Ryan vice presidential debate in 2012, in which the Republican “got crushed,” only to then declare, “I’m going to win the debate from Biden, I always win the debate. Should I be tough and tell him he’s the worst president in history, or should I be kind and let him do the talking?”

Getting back to possible names for a Republican vice-presidential nominee, analysts say the hot names would be Florida Senator Marco Rubio and J.D. Vance, senator from Ohio.