Donald Trump might select Tulsi Gabbard as his running partner in the US presidential election of 2024

In order to acquire a quantifiable advantage over President Joe Biden, Donald Trump is searching for a running mate who isn’t driven by the spotlight. According to reports, he may choose Tulsi Gabbard, an Indian-American politician.


Tulsi Gabbard is on Republican and former US President Donald Trump‘s shortlist to be his running mate in the forthcoming election as the US becomes excited about presidential poll fever. Vivek Ramaswamy, an Indian American, was rejected by Trump earlier today as a vice presidential candidate. Gabbard and five other candidates were shortlisted instead.


Trump made hints last month that a minimum of five well-known Republicans and one former Democrat were being considered as possible general election running mates.


The New York Post lists Byron Donalds, Tim Scott, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, and Florida Governor Ron DeSantis as addition to Tulsi Gabbard.


Trump’s choice of Tulsi Gabbard as his vice presidential candidate is being viewed by many political analysts as unexpected.


About Tulsi Gabbard: 


Former Hawaii representative Tulsi Gabbard has drawn notice for her unusual political views in the past. She was born in American Samoa in 1981, and her early years were characterized by a commitment to service, which included her deployment to Iraq as a Hawaii Army National Guard member.


Gabbard’s military service had a significant impact on her political beliefs, which made her a proponent of non-interventionist foreign policy and an opponent of US engagement in international conflicts.


Donald Trump might select Tulsi Gabbard as his running partner in the US presidential election of 2024
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The International Society for Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) split out into the Science of Identity Foundation (SIF), whose teachings were partially applied to her upbringing.


Some reports claim that Gabbard attended an all-girls SIF boarding school in the Philippines for two years, but otherwise completed her high school education at home. When Gabbard was a teenager, he became a devout Hindu.


At the tender age of 21, Gabbard became one of the youngest legislators in Hawaiian history when she was elected to the Hawaii House of Representatives, marking the beginning of her political career.


Before being chosen to serve in the US House of Representatives in 2012, she had previously served on the Honolulu City Council. While serving as a congresswoman, Gabbard remained a staunch advocate for her beliefs, which included opposing military operations, promoting environmental preservation, and advocating for changes to the criminal justice system.


Gabbard’s political career has not, however, been without controversy. Her 2017 meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad drew criticism since some perceived it as endorsing a figurehead suspected of violating human rights.


Her views on a number of social topics, such LGBTQ+ rights, have also changed, drawing criticism and support from the same quarters.


Gabbard formally announced her 2020 presidential campaign in February 2019. Despite failing to reach the polling requirement for the third presidential debate, Gabbard became the first female war veteran to enter the presidential race.



With 9% of the vote, former Democratic Representative Tulsi Gabbard came in second behind Ramaswamy and Noem in the vice presidential contest. Tim Scott and Elise Stefanik, two representatives, each received 8% of the vote.


Senator JD Vance of Ohio was chosen by CPAC attendees as their favorite senator. Nevertheless, the reports state that he only garnered 2% of the vote, lagging behind Fox News anchor Tucker Carlson and Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr.


Gabbard was elected as the youngest member of the Hawaii state legislature in 2002 and served as the representative for District 42 in West Oahu until 2004. Between legislative sessions in 2003, Gabbard completed her basic training and enlisted in the Hawaii Army National Guard. She was sent to Iraq for a 12-month tour in July 2004. After completing the Accelerated Officer Candidate School at Ft. McClellan, Alabama, in 2007, she became the first woman in the 50-year history of the Academy to graduate with the honorable honors.


With Tulsi, Vivek Ramaswamy may join Donald Trump’s cabinet:


Donald Trump might select Tulsi Gabbard as his running partner in the US presidential election of 2024
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Trump is considering the businessman for a Cabinet position and has ruled out Vivek Ramaswamy as his running mate, according to news agency.


Trump reportedly told Ramaswamy directly that he won’t be his choice for vice president but that he is still considering him for positions like secretary of Homeland Security.


According to the allegation, Ramaswamy was directly notified by Trump that he would not be his choice for vice president. He is thinking of giving Ramaswamy jobs like secretary of Homeland Security, though. Because of his experience as the son of an immigrant and his excellent public speaking abilities, some of Trump’s associates think Ramaswamy is a good fit for the position and might help deflect criticism of the president’s strict immigration laws, according to the report.


Representative Elise Stefanik, former US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, and Doug Burgum, the governor of North Dakota and another former GOP primary rival, are among the candidates for Cabinet posts that have pleased Trump and his team.


According to people familiar with Trump’s thinking, he wants a running mate who isn’t concerned with fame but who can give him a distinct advantage over President Joe Biden. Trump has admitted to his close associates and advisers that he is not impressed with any of the prospective running mates under consideration. According to those close to him, his alternatives have grown rather than decreased.


In a highly anticipated congressional district in northwest Ohio, former President Donald Trump provided a last-minute endorsement on Monday for state Representative Derek Merrin, defeating a rival Republican that Trump’s closest ally in the state has referred to as “a rock-solid conservative.”



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