Trump’s vice presidential hopefuls are not only contending with likely caucusgoers, they are also contending with blizzard conditions before the primary’s opening contest on Monday.
Gov. Kristi Noem (R-SD) and Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA) hosted Trump events last week on opposite sides of Iowa, the pair stoking speculation they are on his vice presidential short list should he become the Republican nominee. But similar stops for Gov. Sarah Sanders (R-AR) and Arizona Republican Senate candidate Kari Lake were scrapped this week as the state prepares for negative 15-degree temperatures on caucus night amid a once-in-a-decade snowstorm.
Those four women are not the only