Tim Scott Open to VP Role, Criticizes Harris and Highlights Voter Concerns

Sen. Tim Scott, a Republican from South Carolina, recently discussed the potential vice presidential candidates for former President Donald Trump’s 2024 ticket. While admitting he’s open to the possibility himself, Scott emphasized the importance of the issues that American voters face every day, rather than just the chosen candidate.

Trump has not yet revealed his pick for vice president, but he has hinted at making the decision closer to the Republican National Convention in July. Speculation abounds about potential candidates, including Scott and others such as Sens. Marco Rubio and J.D. Vance, as well as Gov. Ron DeSantis and even former Democrat Tulsi Gabbard.

During his interview, Scott pointed to Vice President Kamala Harris and criticized her handling of the southern border, the economy, and U.S. relations with Israel. He also highlighted concerns about inflation and its impact on American households under President Biden’s leadership.


Additionally, recent polling data has shown that younger voters between the ages of 18-30 have expressed greater trust in Trump over Biden on issues such as reducing prices and securing the southern border.

As the 2024 campaign season continues, Harris has accepted an invitation to debate Trump’s vice 

presidential candidate, with potential debates scheduled for July and August. Meanwhile, both Biden and Trump have agreed to debate each other on various news networks leading up to the election in November.

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