Rep. Byron Donalds (R-FL) voiced an openness to serving as former President Donald Trump’s running mate for 2024. Speaking to The Daily Wire, the Republican lawmaker said that he would be willing to do whatever he is asked in order to see Trump win the election in November and become president again.

Revealing that he has assets that would pose great benefits for the campaign, Donalds said, “It’d be a great honor, but it’s his decision. He’ll decide what he wants to do and whatever his decision is, I’m going to support that.”

“I just want to win. I’m a real simple dude. I just want to win and be successful. That’s it,” he added.

According to Donalds, he has three assets that would be beneficial for Trump’s campaign. Top on the list, he says, is his ability to bring in independent voters by communicating “common sense” politics to them.

Pointing to how racial minorities are shifting from Democrats and embracing the right, Donalds said, “I think we’re at this point in the country where common sense is the true desire, not political ideology.”

“I think it’s a good thing for America,” he added.

The second thing Donalds is bringing to the table is the knowledge of how Congress works. “What is an asset to the president is somebody who can make sure the wheels of Congress are moving to get the agenda done,” he stated.

The lawmaker went on to introduce the third asset he has – his presence as a proven force on the campaign trail.

“The third part is, I think in this environment you gotta be able to go campaign and help him get across the line,” he stated.

Donalds’ name came up on the list of candidates who have received requests for documents from the Trump campaign as they are moving on with vetting potential candidates for Trump’s vice presidential pick.

Others who received the request for documents include Sen. Tim Scott (R-SC), North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum, Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH), Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL), Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY) and Ben Carson, who served as Housing and Urban Development secretary in the Trump administration.