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New Report Claims Trump Considering “Unthinkable” VP Candidate


Okay folks, here’s the latest scoop.

Former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is apparently in the spotlight for Donald Trump’s potential running mate.

At least, according to Axios.

They say that Trump’s campaign is seriously considering Haley for the role, based on insights from sources in the know.

The buzz is that Trump sees Haley as a strategic pick who could boost his chances of winning the presidency.

So apparently it looks like Trump’s campaign is weighing their options.

That is, if you believe Axios’ sources.

Stay tuned for more developments.

Here’s a photo of our next VP! Feel free to print it out and frame it!

Well, maybe our next VP.

But most likely she won’t be.

Probably not.

I don’t think so.

In fact, I highly doubt it.

There’s no way.

She’s not going to be VP.

Nope, never.

You can still print out that photo though.

Reuters reports:

Former Republican presidential candidate Nikki Haley is under active consideration by Donald Trump’s campaign to be his running mate, news site Axios reported on Saturday, citing people familiar with the situation.

Trump could pick Haley if he were convinced she could help him win the presidency, avoid a potential prison sentence and cover tens of millions in legal bills if he loses, the report said. Haley, the former South Carolina governor and a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, ended her long-shot challenge to Republican presidential frontrunner Trump in March.

Responding to the article, Trump campaign senior advisor Brian Hughes said: “Only President Trump will rule a contender for vice president in or out, and anyone claiming to know who he will choose is lying.”

Comment was not immediately available from Haley. While she has acknowledged that Trump, who repeatedly belittled her candidacy, would be the Republican nominee, she has not endorsed him.

There was already a long list of potential candidates for the vice president position that includes North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum, South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem, U.S. Senators Marco Rubio, Tim Scott and J.D. Vance, and U.S. Representative Elise Stefanik.

Burgum and Scott competed against Trump for the 2024 Republican nomination before dropping out. Noem has been embroiled in controversy after revealing in a memoir that she once shot a 14-month-old dog for being disobedient.

Who’s Axios talking to?

Watch Fox News report here:

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