Kristi Noem shares vision for America in new book amid speculation about running as Trump's VP

 South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem will outline her vision for America and detail why she believes the Republican Party is the way forward in a new book to be released later this year.

Noem said her new work – titled "No Going Back: The Truth on What's Wrong with Politics and How We Move America Forward" – will focus on a new era of conservatism and Republican principles that are here to stay.

“Many times, almost on a daily basis, I hear people talk about wanting to go back to the old days of Mitt Romney, Cheney, Bush, you know, when Republicans could establish themselves back in these people. Who were stable and spoke absolutely correctly. Yet they have created the quagmire that we now have to deal with," Noem told Fox News Digital.

He said, "So this book is almost like a book about getting over it and growing up and for the average citizen what they can do to adapt to the fact that we're not going back to that." "Can't go back. They need to adjust their perspective and realize that Trump broke politics — that's what he did — and that's a good thing."

Noem said former President Donald Trump "inspired candidates to be bold, to say things that candidates have never said before" and proved that you can be successful in the world of politics if you "You have courage, you are strong in your convictions, and you love America."

"There are some stories in this book that reflect people readers may know, but it will also give a lot of examples of things and action plans they can do to really move the needle to get our country back on its foundation. Are," she said while previewing the book.

"I have a different perspective because I've been a business person," Noem said. “You know, these guys running for governor, running for Senate, even running for president, most of them have never run a business. They pretend they're perfect, They think they're better than everyone else, and this highlights that and tells the stories people need to know about them."

In addition to her experience running a business, Noem said her book will also highlight her career in the South Dakota House of Representatives from 2007 to 2011, including representing South Dakota's at-large congressional district in the House from 2011 to 2019. ,

“I served in Congress for eight years, so I got to see the swamp from the inside,” he said.

Noem's new book, which is available for pre-order now, is set to be released on May 7 and has received plenty of praise from the former president on his social media platforms.

"'No Goin' Back,' a brilliant new book from Governor Kristi Noem, is a hard-hitting story of a very interesting life. Get it now," Trump wrote in a post on Truth Social last week.

"It was fantastic," Noem said of Trump's endorsement of her book. “I called him up and asked him if he wanted to write an endorsement for the jacket of the book, and the next thing I know…here he was putting it on social media, which was amazing.”

"That's what I like about him. I like the fact that he's a workaholic," he said.

Discussing the fact that they "know each other very well," Noem said that Trump is "thrilled by the fact that this is going to be a very unfiltered political book that will be published in D.C." "She talks openly about what's broken."

"The reason Trump has become so popular with the American public is because they don't think he's any better than anyone else," Noem said. "He's just who he is. He doesn't show off, and he really loves the average American who gets up every day and goes to work. He values them just as much as he values his fellow millionaires and billionaires. Gives to." "Meetings with."

Regarding Trump's campaign for the presidency, Noem, who endorsed Trump in September, said, "He knows I will help him as he would want. He knows I have always been a person who "I'll do whatever I can to help them win." .I just trust him.”

Last month, Noem traveled to Iowa to support Trump after she said Republican presidential nominee Nikki Haley would be a "mistake" for Trump as the nominee.

In Sioux City, Noem told voters that Trump is the best choice for Republicans moving forward.

When she endorsed Trump in September, speculation grew about Noem serving as Trump's running mate. But he told Fox News Digital in January that it was not a topic he raised in his recent conversation with Trump.

Noem said at the time, "He knows he's got my support. I know I've got his support. We work really well together. We're friends. When it comes time to make a decision we'll be together." Will talk about."

"I've known that guy for years," Noem said at the time. "When he was in the White House I worked with him on tax cuts, worked with him on policies and trade agreements. I worked on the Armed Services Committee, worked with him on foreign policy. He helped me build the economy in South Dakota. "Helped me."

As for future campaign events with the former president, Noem said she is "sure" the pair will reunite in the near future.

"He has asked me to do some surrogate events for him in case he can't attend. We'll see what happens. There are no plans right now to do too many promotional campaigns at once," she said.

No comments:

Powered by Blogger.