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Sebastian Gorka, a former advisor to President Trump, recently provided tantalizing clues about who might be chosen as Vice President in the 2024 election.

This revelation emerged amidst a wave of speculation and conjecture surrounding Trump’s potential running mate.

At a FOX News Town Hall event earlier this month, moderator Martha MacCallum asked Trump about his choice for vice-president.

Remaining coy, Trump responded by saying, “I know who it’s gonna be. We’ll do another show sometime.”

Several names have been suggested as potential candidates, including:

  • Vivek Ramaswamy
  • Rep. Elise Stefanik (R-NY)
  • South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem
  • Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.)
  • Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.)
  • Mike Pompeo
  • Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-Ga.)
  • Kari Lake
  • Mike Flynn
  • Tucker Carlson
  • Ben Carson
  • Nikki Haley
  • Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders
  • Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

However, Trump has explicitly stated that Nikki Haley is not considered suitable to be the vice president, making it clear who is not included in his list.

“Like I said, she was okay, but she is not presidential timber. Now, when I say that, that probably means that she’s not going to be chosen as the vice president.”

“When you say certain things, it sort of takes them out of play, right?” he added.

“I can’t say, ‘She’s not of the timber to be the vice president’ and then say, ‘Ladies and gentleman, I’m proud to announce that I’ve picked.’”

Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders also said that she is not interested in leaving her current position.

“Look, I absolutely love the job I have. I think it’s one of the best jobs I could ever ask for, and I am honored to serve as governor, and I hope I get to do it for the next seven years,” Sanders said.

Governor Ron DeSantis, who has opted out of the Republican presidential competition, made it clear that he completely rejects the possibility of becoming Donald Trump’s running mate.

During a recent conversation on Twitter Space, Gorka, a former deputy assistant and counterterrorism advisor to President Donald Trump, dropped hints about the potential vice-presidential candidate: an ex-male politician from New York who is presently engaging in campaign activities alongside Trump.

The emergence of these clues has sparked fervent debates on the internet, with numerous individuals speculating that Lee Zeldin is a probable contender.

Zeldin’s recent appearance alongside Trump in New Hampshire aligns with Gorka’s portrayal.

Nonetheless, Roger Stone, a trusted ally of Trump for an extended period, promptly discredited these assertions.

Stone emphatically negated the idea, stating, “Lee Zeldin has not been chosen as Trump’s VP. Those who claim otherwise are completely misinformed.”

Gorka has previously alluded to Trump’s potential VP pick, and he reiterated this during an interview with Eric Bolling on Newsmax, confidently stating that he is aware of who the next vice president will be.

“Look, I like Vivek. I’ve had him many times on my daily radio show. I told him a year ago, you shouldn’t be president. You can’t beat President Trump. You’d have a great place in the second Trump Administration — God willing, it’s up to us — as the new Jared Kushner, as the, you know, innovations czar, the business guy. I know who the next vice president is going to be. I can’t reveal my sources, but it’s not Vivek,” said Gorka.

“I’m going to say — well, the source is the source. It’s gonna be a guy. It’s going to be somebody that nobody’s talking about, an amazing patriot who would actually be a real veep who can get stuff done. So, that’s all I’m allowed to say. But hopefully it will be announced officially by the boss,” he added.

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  • I believe the next VP will be Kristin Noem, because she is a loved Governor with massive experience in Politics…

  • Gorda said it’s a man nobody’s talking about not a woman. But like many Sara Huckabee would be a great choice or Judge Jeanine if Gorka said it’ll be a woman. I would also like to see Jim Jordan take it.

  • Gorka is throwing shade. I think it will be a female, veteran, and former Democrat. Above all else, DJT wants and needs to win.

    His opponent won’t be Biden. Newsome or Obama.

    He has the pubbie base but needs to draw independents and moderate dems.

    And someone who has the potential to build on his legacy in ’28 …or step up if the Dems manage to take Trump out before Nov.

    • No, it won’t be Tulsie Gabbard. The only thing they agree on is their opposition to foreign policy (inc. war in Ukraine). Otherwise, they’re at opposite ends of the pole on other policy issues – most notably, immigration and the welfare state.

  • Haley and Ramaswamy are NOT natural born citizens. They were born in the US to foreign parents. They may be citizens but they are not natural born citizen. WAKE THE HECK UP. Trump needs to pick someone that is not in politics. Brand new, loyal, untainted blood. How about Royce White, Kari Lake, Mike Davis. The only seasoned politician I would suggest would be Sarah Huckabee. He need to clean house and replace all the old dogs with people he knows are loyal to him. His biggest fault is that he picks all the wrong people.



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