“The president knows what qualities he’s looking for in a vice president. And as far as any specific names, we’re gonna leave that to him.”
So drawled Trump advisor Jason Miller, tantalizing voters with the potential prospects that Trump may be considering for his running mate.
Then again, per Trump, the running mate has already been decided upon, as he coyly declared, “I know who it’s going to be.”
Of course, conservative voters do not yet know who it’s going to be, and they are quite curious to learn more.
One thing is for certain: Trump probably won’t be requesting any running mate services from any RINOs.
He will, however, be seeking a vice president that is unabashedly “America First.”
Which should really be a given for an individual running as president of the United States, but “America First” has apparently become offensive to an enormous swathe of wannabe globalist Americans (i.e., media lemmings).
That said, outside of Trump, one other candidate in the GOP primaries has been especially vocal about America First – Vivek Ramaswamy.
And, tellingly, Ramaswamy has promptly suspended his campaign following the Iowa caucuses.
“As of this moment, we are going to suspend this presidential campaign,” Ramaswamy boomed.
An interesting development, especially considering that Ramaswamy, unlike Christie, hardly concluded on an anti-Trump note.
Quite the opposite, actually.
“As I’ve said since the beginning, there are two America First candidates in this race. And earlier tonight I called Donald Trump to tell him that I – congratulate him on his victory, and now going forward, you will have my full endorsement for the presidency,” Ramaswamy boomed.
And Ramaswamy may well have the full endorsement of the Trump campaign for the vice presidency.
After all, Trump did just declare all of a week ago that he “knew” who his vice president would be, and exactly one pro-Trump GOP candidate has dropped out since then – Vivek.
Tellingly, Vivek has also evaded significant attacks on Trump, though he sure doesn’t hold back on RINOs and absolutely does not hold back on the Dems.
Indeed, Vivek has arguably gone above and beyond for Trump, even seeking the help of others in supporting the GOP frontrunner.
“Ramaswamy was also notably supportive of Trump during his candidacy, at one point circulating a pledge that urged the other 2024 rivals to commit to pardoning the former president for federal charges he faced in his handling of classified documents found at Mar-a-Lago,” The Hill reported.
Well, that’s certainly indicative of the loyalty Trump would desire amongst his closest colleagues in the swamp.
If Trump can trust his colleagues, he may also govern the nation more effectively. A strong possibility, judging from the recent poll released by The Hill.
The Hill also noted that Trump has a 52.9 percent lead in the GOP presidential primaries, based upon 458 polls.
It is highly likely that Democrats are enraged over the latest polling, and who knows what types of machinations they have brewing behind the scenes.
Especially as Biden has rather hilariously hopped on Twitter to beg for cash from cash-strapped Americans following Trump’s historic win in Iowa.
Hilariously, Biden claims he can’t accept donations from “foreign nationals.”
Varied bank records over the years suggest otherwise.
Author: Ofelia Thornton