South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem’s repeatedly said she’s not interested in running for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination.
But two developments this past week are sparking further speculation that the first term conservative governor and strong supporter of former President Trump – whom political pundits consider a potential contender – likely has national ambitions in the next race for the White House.
PENCE TRIPS SPARK FURTHER 2024 SPECULATION
The influential Iowa based social conservative group The FAMiLY Leader on Wednesday announced that Noem will headline their 10th annual Leadership Summit on July 16th in Des Moines.
For a half century Iowa’s caucuses have kicked off the presidential nominating calendar, and any stop in the Hawkeye State by possible White House hopefuls generates more 2024 buzz.
“We are grateful to once again welcome nationally prominent voices and leaders to Iowa for the FAMiLY Leadership Summit,” the group’s president and CEO, Bob Vander Plaats, said in a statement.
TIM SCOTT’S SPEECH SPURS PLENTY OF 2024 BUZZ
Hours before the Iowa announcement, Noem was the featured virtual guest during the latest gathering of the “Right of Center” group of New Hampshire conservative activists and leaders, which was first reported by Fox News.
New Hampshire – of course – has for a century held the first primary in the White House race.
While Noem didn’t discuss or face questions about 2024, she did repeatedly take aim at President Biden, arguing that “what we’ve seen come out of the Biden administration has been absolutely devasta
South Dakota’s Noem ignites more 2024 speculation
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