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Tucker Carlson Responds to Melania Trump’s Reported Call to Make Him VP

Melania Trump recently expressed her pick for vice president on her husband’s presumed 2024 ticket: Tucker Carlson.

Here’s a bit of what was said to Axios, which even provided a supposed quote of what Melania Trump thinks about the idea, saying Carlson “would make a powerful onstage extension of her husband.”

Rumors continue to swirl that South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem might be Trump’s choice, U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley, or even Arizona Republican Kari Lake.

However, in an interesting twist, Trump’s wife, Melania, has reportedly lobbied for one of the most well-known figures in conservative media: Tucker Carlson.

According to a report from Axios, Melania thinks Carlson “would make a powerful onstage extension of her husband.”

Carlson has now responded after being pressed on the matter Thursday evening. In a move that may surprise some (but not all), he’s not a fan of the idea and quickly shot down the possibility.

“God would have to yell at me very loud,” Tucker Carlson says at APP gala when asked about speculation that he’d join the ticket as VP with Trump. Being around politicians constantly, he adds, “is so repulsive to me.”

“I have no interest in that,” Tucker Carlson says when a member of the audience presses again whether he’d be Trump’s VP. He gives one lecture to his employees, Tucker adds, “stay in your freaking lane.”

There is also another major factor that is going to influence the decision of anyone offered to be vice president on a Trump ticket. Right now, most on the right are high on polls and acting as if the current environment is what will exist in November of 2024.

Understand that Democrats have not even begun to spend money yet attacking Trump (they’ll have well over one billion dollars when the time comes). More importantly, though, they’ve still got what they see as their ace in the hole.

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  • Trump shouldn’t choose Nikki Haley; she is a member of Klaus Schwab’s Young Global Leaders forum, an offshoot of Klaus Schwab’s World Economic Forum.

  • Taz69 says:

    Almost ANYONE but Nikki Haley! She confirms her mentor and reason for entering politics is none other than the EVIL, DISGUSTING HILLARY CLINTON!!!!!!! Please, please DO NOT VOTE FOR HALEY. If you check her donations, I would bet anything she is backed by democrats.

  • JJ says:

    “Understand that Democrats have not even begun to spend money yet attacking Trump (they’ll have well over one billion dollars when the time comes). More importantly, though, they’ve still got what they see as their ace in the hole.” – over $1 billion to win the Presidency and, ultimately destroy America!!! That billion plus could do so much more good than buying countries!! Oh, like, to start with, dealing with the people in them and their issues!!! And don’t tell me that they are dealing with the people, you are wrong!! Democrats seem to like everyone else more than us and they seem to like some of us more than others!! Over $1 billion – that’s crazy’s especially for some crazy old people!! We are literally fighting over which crazy old people are going to be in charge!!

  • DeniseRS says:

    If Trump picks Nikki Haley, I would question his cognitive condition. Nikki is a dictator.

  • PatriotRWB says:

    Out of that stable of potential candidates, I would choose Kari Lake. But I’m still holding out for Candace Owens.

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