Top Republican Shuts Down Potential Job Offer From Trump

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( – In November, Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) had indicated that should former President Donald Trump win back the White House in 2024 she would prefer to remain in her role as governor instead of taking a spot in the administration. 

Last week, during a Talk Business & Politics interview, Sanders once again spoke about whether she would accept a job in the Trump administration, arguing that she loves her current job and was looking forward to returning to Arkansas. She added that she thinks they are doing great things in her state and she hopes to keep serving in her position for another six and a half years. This shows that Sanders is intending to seek reelection in 2026. 

During the first Trump administration, Sanders had served as the White House press secretary from 2017 to 2019. She is now serving her first term as the governor of Arkansas and is the youngest governor in the United States. 

Sanders is also known for being one of Trump’s biggest supporters and she has frequently defended the former President who has faced a lot of criticism. Last November she endorsed Trump in his reelection bid, but also clearly stated that she had no interest in being considered for the role of his running mate. 

Sanders argued that she has been a big advocate of Trump since the 2016 presidential campaign when she worked for him. She added that not many people have been as publicly supportive of him as she has, and she is confident in his ability to win the presidential election. She added that she is proud to support him during his campaign. 

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