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Trump and Biden Surrogates Go Toe-to-Toe on Sunday Shows

After two news-filled weeks in American politics — with former President Donald J. Trump convicted of 34 felonies, and President Biden issuing the most restrictive border policy of any modern Democrat — surrogates for the two campaigns flooded the morning news shows on Sunday to promote their candidates.

Republicans defended Mr. Trump against what they insisted was an unfair trial in New York. And discussion of Mr. Biden’s executive order resembled a fun-house mirror, with Republicans criticizing a policy they had backed under Mr. Trump and Democrats backing one they had condemned.

Gov. Kristi Noem of South Dakota, who was campaigning for Mr. Trump in Wisconsin, said it “would be beneficial” for him to choose a woman as his running mate. His campaign’s shortlist, according to people briefed on the process, consists of seven men and only one woman, Representative Elise Stefanik of New York.

“All the polls tell him in these swing states that a woman on the ticket helps him win,” Ms. Noem said on CNN. She added, “I have spent the majority of my time here in Wisconsin talking to women and talking to those people that are independent and on the fringe, and they’re leaning towards Donald Trump, but they also want to know that their perspective is going to be at the table when decisions are made.”

Ms. Noem was once seen as a potential running mate herself, but her stock fell when she published a book in which she described shooting her 14-month-old dog, Cricket, after it disrupted a hunt and killed a neighbor’s chickens. She defended herself again on Sunday, saying she had “protected my children from a vicious animal.”

Gov. Greg Abbott of Texas, a Republican who has sought to set his own border policies, condemned the executive

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