Trump Says He Has Chosen VP

Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday revealed that he has made a decision on who will be his running mate in the 2024 presidential election.

The former president made the revelation during a Fox News’ Iowa town hall meeting.

“Let me just ask you a follow-up on that about who would be in your cabinet – in your administration. If you are the nominee, which I know you expect to be, who would be in the running for vice president?” Fox moderator Martha MacCallum asked the former president.

“Well, I can’t tell you that really. I mean, I know who it’s going to be,” Trump teased.

MacCallum press asked the former president if he would be willing to consider any of his current GOP rivals as his running mate.

“Well, what about any of the people who you’ve run against? Would you be open to mending fences with any of them?” MacCallum asked.

“Oh, sure I will. I’ve already started to like Christie better,” Trump stated, drawing a huge fit of laughter from the crowd.

Fox News anchor Bret Baier, who was also a moderator at the event, pressed the former president for a hint. Trump declined Baier’s request while noting that he would give the hint on another show

According to Conservative Archives, The former president is considering former U.N. ambassador Ambassador Nikki Haley as his running mate. However, many in the former president’s inner circle —including his son, Donald Trump Jr— have expressed their opposition to Haley.

“I wouldn’t have her and I would go to great lengths to make sure that that doesn’t happen,” he told Newsmax’s Eric Bolling in a recent interview. “Nikki Haley wants never-ending wars. She’s a puppet of the establishment in Washington, DC. She’s the new favorite candidate of the billionaire class because they want control— no different than academia and Harvard and using their billions to exercise influence.”

According to Republic Defenders, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson said he will actively oppose a Trump-Haley ticket.

“I would not only not vote for that ticket, I would advocate against it as strongly as I could,” Carlson said when asked by Pool if he would still vote for Trump if the former president chose Haley as his second-in-command. “That’s just poison,” Carlson continued. “I mean, here’s someone who’s actively opposed to the interests of the country I grew up in, who endorsed the BLM riots, and who is not left, but is neoliberal in the darkest, most — speaking of nihilist — nihilistic way, and has no real popular support, is a creature of the oligarchs. “So yeah, that would be — that would be a reason to oppose the ticket.”