July 10, 2024

Trump Offers Insight Regarding VP Pick

We are now only a week away from the Republican National Convention and Donald Trump revealing his VP.

Trump is expected to make the pick known before the convention begins, but there is still a lot of guessing in terms of who that pick will be.

Fox News' Sean Hannity more or less got Trump to narrow that list down to four people.

We Know…

Hannity recently interviewed Trump, trying to get a bit more insight regarding the pick

Hannity mentioned four names: Sens. Marco Rubio of Florida, JD Vance of Ohio, Tim Scott of South Carolina, and North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum.

Trump then stated, "The names that you mentioned, absolutely they’re under consideration.”

We all know Trump wants to keep this secret to use to flip the news cycle, so he added, "I haven’t made a final decision, but I have some ideas as to where we’re going.”

If Trump has not yet made his final decision, then I am the King of England… trust me, his mind is made up, but he just does not want the news to get out yet.

On when Trump will make the announcement, he added, "I’d love to do it during the convention," but "my people say that’s a little complicated.

"Probably a little before the convention, but not much. It could even be during the convention that we’d do it.”

I am guessing that Trump will make the announcement just prior to the convention certification of his nomination.

I am still hoping for Tim Scott, but JD Vance has been making a big move and is very well-liked within the party.

If it is not one of those two, I would be highly shocked.

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