Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is expected to endorse former President Donald Trump in his 2024 White House bid at a rally in her home state on Friday, multiple sources have confirmed to Fox.
Another source told Fox there would be little reason for Trump to travel to South Dakota other than to get Noem's endorsement considering the deep-red state is not part of the early primary contests and not typically competitive in a general election.
"The question isn’t whether Donald Trump wins South Dakota, the only question is how massive is the margin," the source said.
Noem, whose national recognition has grown in recent years, was previously considering her own run for the White House, but appears to have ultimately decided against tossing her hat into the already crowded GOP primary field. Her name has been mentioned as a potential nominee for vice president.
She joins a number of other Republican governors who have already thrown their support behind Trump months before any votes are set to be cast in the primaries and caucuses, including South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster, West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy.... (Read more)
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