Errol Louis, a political commentator for CNN, stated on Monday that he believes if former President Donald Trump wins the GOP nominee and chooses former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley as his vice presidential running mate, the ticket would pose a very serious threat to Biden’s reelection chances. In all honesty, Biden’s current campaign, which will no doubt have current Vice President Kamala Harris on it once again, is already in big, big trouble. One of the pair suffers from dementia and the other is raving idiot. And the American people are well aware of both facts.
Check out more information on Louis’ pick via the Daily Caller:
Louis said Trump would benefit from the gag order amongst his supporters, arguing that Trump rarely goes into detail to his supporters about his legal challenges and that his supporters don’t know what they like about him.
“One other interesting thing on this. I know I keep on the Nikki Haley thread, but when you dig into the cross tabs, Haley leads both Trump and DeSantis with suburban poll respondents. That’s interesting,” Harlow stated.
“It is very interesting,” Louis stated in agreement. “Look it points to, to jump ahead, to the possibility she may end up on the ticket with Donald Trump. The reality is he has the biggest amount of trouble and frankly a lot of Biden’s margin victory in 2020 was due to college-educated suburban women and that’s what Nikki Haley is. And that’s what she brings to the table. If she can bring in some votes in a few key states, she would be politically a very potent edition to the ticket.”
Haley is tied for second with Florida Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis in Iowa at 16%, with Trump leading with 43% support amongst Iowa voters, a new Des Moines Register/NBC News/Mediacom poll found. Support for Haley has increased by 10 percentage points in two months while DeSantis’ dropped by 3 points and Trump gained by 1 point.
It likely won’t happen, but a lot of Republicans would like to see DeSantis on the ticket with Trump. That would definitely be a powerhouse ticket, and if they pulled off a victory against Biden/Harris, could you imagine the collective rage and mourning that would pour forth from the radical left in this country? It would be unlike anything previously seen, that much is for sure.
At the end of the day, what matters most is for Trump, should he win the nomination, to choose someone who has similar principles and mindset so that the America first agenda he supports can actually be implemented. We don’t need any more fracturing in the GOP. There’s enough of that as it is. And that, to a point, is understandable. Principles and policy positions are critical at this conjuncture because our nation is on the brink of losing itself.
Still, we need a president and vice president who are on the same page to help unite the Republican Party behind them and actually restore America to its former glory. We’ll always have to fight against the darkness of those who see politics as nothing more than a ticket to easy street — the establishment — but for now, let’s rally together.
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