Potential Trump VP pick dodges question on certifying Joe Biden win

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

39% : This comes after an interview with Newsmax in March, in which Trump suggested he had ruled out "some people" as potential running mates because they hadn't "behaved properly."
38% : Trump became the presumptive 2024 Republican presidential nominee in March following a series of primary wins, sparking renewed speculation about who his vice-presidential pick could be.
35% : "Meanwhile, Noem, a close allly to Trump, is widely speculated to be a potential vice president pick for Trump.
35% : Trump has pleaded not guilty to the charges, including conspiracy to defraud the U.S. government and conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding.
34% : "Trump continues to face his D.C. election interference case related to the attempt to overturn the 2020 election.
28% : Pence said in March that he "cannot in good conscience endorse Donald Trump in this campaign.
26% : However, Bash pressed Noem further by pointing towards Pence as she asked, "So when Mike Pence said that he talked to lawyers and he felt that he had absolutely no ability to reject the election on January 6th, do you think he was wrong when he did that?"While Noem did not say whether or not she would certify the 2020 election she responded by stating that Pence had "failed Donald Trump".
18% : I think that he's failed Donald Trump since that day because he certainly does not recognize that we need someone in the White House who needs him out on the trail advocating for him instead of constantly criticizing and going back and ripping him apart," Noem added.

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