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In this women's race, Trump makes a new bet against Kamala Harris to win – News India Live

Tulsi (42), a four-time MP from the Democratic Party, joined the presidential race in 2020 but was left far behind in the race. After leaving the US Congress, Tulsi also left the Democratic Party in 2022. Meanwhile, he said that he is close to the Republican Party.

Former US President Donald Trump is in contact with former Indian-origin MP Tulsi Gabbard. Many issues including foreign policy and defense matters were discussed between the two. But the most important thing is that Tulsi can be made a possible candidate for the post of Vice President from the Republican Party.

Tulsi (42), a four-time MP from the Democratic Party, joined the presidential race in 2020 but was left far behind in the race. After leaving the US Congress, Tulsi also left the Democratic Party in 2022. Meanwhile, he said that he is close to the Republican Party.

According to the Washington Post report, Trump and his top advisors talked to Tulsi about foreign policy. Meanwhile, there was also discussion on how the Defense Department should be run in Trump's possible second term.

Earlier, Tulsi had said that he is ready to discuss being a possible Vice Presidential candidate from the Republican Party in the 2024 presidential election.

He said that I am ready for this discussion. My mission in life is to serve my country and the American people. At the same time, we also need to find the best ways to do so. The Washington Post report also said that Trump had personally met Tulsi last year as well.

Will Tulsi Gabbard face Kamala Harris?

Joe Tulsi Gabbard has been nominated as the Republican Party's vice presidential nominee. This means that he will have a direct competition from another Indian, Kamala Harris. Kamala Harris can contest the Vice Presidential election from the Democratic Party this time.