Trump Reportedly Considering Haley as Vice President

Trump Reportedly Considering Haley as Vice President

Donald Trump Jr. was recently interviewed on Newsmax, and he commented that he would “go to great lengths to make sure” that a Trump-Haley ticket does not happen.

Daniel Molina
Daniel Molina
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December 26, 2023

The rumor mill is working overtime this holiday season as reports indicate that President Donald Trump (R)has a possible Vice-Presidential candidate in mind. Despite both engaging in a tense rivalry, it’s speculated that President Trump is considering Ambassador Nicki Haley (R) as his vice-president. The Republican primary is not over yet, and the choice has been a surprise for supporters of President Trump.

According to Politico and CBS News, insiders have notified them that President Trump is considering offering the Vice-Presidential position to Ambassador Haley.

President Trump has often referred to Ambassador Haley as “bird brain” on the campaign trailer, and the former Ambassador to the United Nations under President Trump has been critical of the former president.

This began when Ambassador Haley announced her candidacy earlier this year, arguing that presidential candidates should take a competency test. It was seen as an affront to both President Trump and President Joe Biden (D) given their ages.

Insiders have allegedly come forward to say that President Trump has asked his allies what they think of Ambassador Haley being his vice-president. However, the suggestion has been widely panned.

What further adds fuel to the fire is that Donald Trump Jr. was recently interviewed on Newsmax, and he commented that he would “go to great lengths to make sure” that a Trump-Haley ticket does not happen. Similarly, Tucker Carlson has expressed that he would “advocate against” a Trump-Haley ticket “as strongly as I could.”

Last week, while speaking at a conservative conference, Steven Bannon, President Trump’s former strategist, called Ambassador Haley “Lucifer,” adding that the Republican establishment would pressure President Trump to pick her.

Ambassador Haley has quickly risen up the ranks in the Republican primary, claiming second place in the race. Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) was once viewed as an alternative to President Trump, but political pundits argue his campaign has not performed as effectively as it should have.

President Trump leads both in the primary polls by a wide margin.

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Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina

Daniel Molina is an award-winning senior reporter based in Miami. He holds a bachelor’s degree in English Literature from Florida International University. His hobbies include reading, writing, and watching films.

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