Trump says GOP rivals are ‘all run­ning for a job’ in his admin­is­tra­tion

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The non-Trump can­di­dates are all run­ning for a spot in the Trump admin­is­tra­tion, at least accord­ing to for­mer Pres­i­dent Don­ald Trump.
Speak­ing in Michi­gan rather than at the sec­ond GOP pri­ma­ry debate, Trump teased his 2024 Repub­li­can rivals as “job can­di­dates” hop­ing to be in the Cab­i­net rather than the White House.
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“We’re com­pet­ing with the job can­di­dates,” Trump said. “They’re all run­ning for a job. They’re all job can­di­dates. … They’ll do any­thing. Sec­re­tary of some­thing, they even say VP. I don’t know. Does any­body see a VP in the group? I don’t think so.”

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Trump has skipped the sec­ond debate, tak­ing place in Simi Val­ley, Cal­i­for­nia, just as he did the first one last month, but his pri­ma­ry polling remains extreme­ly strong so far at more than 50% of the total.
Michi­gan is a cru­cial swing state that Trump won in 2016 before los­ing nar­row­ly in 2020. Pres­i­dent Joe Biden cam­paigned briefly in the state on Tues­day.