The 2024 GOP VP nominee may be a woman
There’s no question that Donald Trump will be the candidate, and there are some interesting choices for his running mate.
The rumor is that he will pick a female, and good choices would be Kristi Noem and Keri Lake, the latter being a swing state. Candace Owens is an interesting thought.
I really like the idea of Tulsi Gabbard, who used to be a Democrat but then got common sense. She could help to reach across the aisle and bring in sensible leftists, since she believes in free speech and the rule of law, unlike the crazy woke far leftists that now dominate their party.
I like Tucker Carlson but I heard he doesn’t want the job. Finally, DeSantis would be a winning ticket if Trump would bury the hatchet.
— Paul D. Corona, Laguna Niguel
Nikki Haley just may be the right 2024 VP candidate
Predicting who Donald Trump would select as his VP if he is the GOP’s presidential candidate is as challenging as selecting which horse will win next year’s Kentucky Derby. Definitely not his former VP, Mike Pence, who did not support his false claims of widespread voter fraud in the last presidential election.
A smart selection and one that appeals to suburban women and the female vote would be former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley. As an articulate TV commentator she endorsed Trump’s election lies and has even been welcomed to his Mar-a-Lago Club in Florida. Yes, Nikki Haley just may be the one!
— Isadora Johnson, Seal Beach
Trump’s pick will be Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-SC
Donald Trump won’t select any of his primary rivals to be his 2024 running mate. Instead, he will pick Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina.
Graham has three things going for him: First, his current term doesn’t end until 2027; second, he understands foreign policy as well as anyone; and third, he has proven himself to be a first-rate Trump bootlicker.
Of these three qualities, you know which one The Donald admires most.
— Denny Freidenrich, Laguna Beach