Trump Drops a Hint on Potential VP Choice

In a move guaranteed to keep the political world on edge, former President Donald Trump has indicated that he has a “pretty good idea” of who his vice presidential running mate will be and expects to reveal his selection during this summer’s Republican National Convention (RNC) in Milwaukee.

Speaking with Fox News’ Aishah Hasnie after meetings with key Republican lawmakers at the Washington, D.C. headquarters of the Republican National Committee, Trump hinted at the impending announcement. “Probably. I don’t want to go, but I think it will probably get announced during the convention,” Trump said. “During the convention. There were some good people and, we have some very good people.”

The convention, set to take place from July 15-18, promises to be a pivotal moment in Trump’s campaign as he seeks to unify the Republican Party and solidify his position as the frontrunner for the 2024 presidential election. Among those speculated to be on Trump’s short list is Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin. When asked about Youngkin, Trump responded affirmatively: “And I think I could consider that. Yes. I haven’t been asked that question, but he would be on that list.”

This strategic revelation underscores Trump’s penchant for dramatic flair and media manipulation. By withholding the name of his vice-presidential pick until the convention, Trump ensures sustained media attention and speculation, keeping his campaign in the spotlight.

Trump also took the opportunity to comment on recent developments concerning President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden. Hunter Biden was recently convicted of three felony charges related to the purchase of a revolver in 2018, where he lied on a federal gun-purchase form by claiming he was not illegally using or addicted to drugs. The conviction has cast a shadow over Joe Biden’s presidency, with the elder Biden stating that he would not use his presidential powers to appeal his son’s conviction.

Reflecting on the situation, Trump showed an uncharacteristic moment of empathy. “Well, I think it’s a very serious thing,” Trump said. “I understand that whole subject. I understand it pretty well because I’ve had it with people who have it in their family.” He continued, “It’s a very tough situation for a father. It’s a tough moment for any family involved in that.”

Yet, amidst these familial reflections, Trump remained focused on his political strategy. When questioned about endorsing former Maryland Governor Larry Hogan for the U.S. Senate, Trump was noncommittal. Hogan, who endorsed Nikki Haley over Trump and did not back him in the 2016 and 2020 elections, remains a divisive figure within the GOP. “Yeah, I’d like to see him win,” Trump said. “I think he has a good chance to win. I would like to see him win.”

As the 2024 campaign trail heats up, Trump’s forthcoming VP announcement looms large. His choice will undoubtedly shape the narrative of his campaign and potentially the future of the Republican Party. Until then, the political world waits with bated breath, as Trump continues to play his cards close to the chest, fueling anticipation and debate.

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VNVet.

This is nothing more than just more click-bait to get readers to read things like this. Please stop and think about it, Donnie has been claiming at least 1,2,3 times a week since Feb.2024 that he is going to release his VP’s name in a few days. .IMHO, I do not believe that Donnie has even decided on anyone yet and that is why Donnie keeps saying OH, in a few more days. Besides, is it Donnie or the media that keeps this thing going?

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