South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem stated that she has reservations about former President Donald Trump's potential presidential run in 2024.
She stated that if Trump were to run for president, it would limit the scope of the Republican Party. Noem won her reelection with 62% of the vote.
During an interview with the New York Times, Noem stated that if the Republican Party focuses on only talking to people who love Trump or hate him, it would not be able to reach out to all Americans.
Previously, she had stated that she would support Trump if he decided to run for president again. However, this statement has changed due to the speculation about her possible selection as Trump's running mate.
Since she became a prominent figure, Noem has been asked about her federal ambitions. However, she stated that she would serve her full four-year term if she was reelected.
Trump has been an ardent supporter of Noem. According to the Des Moines Register, he even provided a clip of her campaign rally that was shown before the election.
During his speech at the Republican National Convention, Trump praised Noem for her work as South Dakota's governor. He also stated that she would be a great governor for the country if she was reelected.
The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Washington Examiner.