Since Nikki Haley announced she is stepping down as U.N. Ambassador speculation has begun that she will join President Trump on the ticket in 2020. President Trump has already asked Mike Pence to run with him in 2020, but according to some, that may change.
A new report from Vanity Fair suggests that President Donald Trump and his close aides have "discussed" replacing Vice President Mike Pence on the ballot in 2020, for the President's re-election campaign.
And the top choice for a replacement? Well, perhaps...Nikki Haley?
"On Monday, Trump hosted a 2020 strategy meeting with a group of advisers. Among the topics discussed was whether Mike Pence should remain on the ticket, given the hurricane-force political headwinds Trump will face, as demonstrated by the midterms," a source reportedly told Vanity Fair's political reporter Gabriel Sherman.
"“They’re beginning to think about whether Mike Pence should be running again,” the source reportedly told Sherman. “He doesn’t detract from it, but he doesn’t add anything either."