Two BIG Names REMOVED From Trump’s VP List – Replaced With Shocking New Candidate

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The focus now turns to who will be named vice presidential candidates, with President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump having collected enough delegates to clinch their respective nominations and third-party contenders like Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., holding steady.

Numerous names have been suggested for Trump and Kennedy in particular, and this week’s remarks from both campaigns intensified the conjecture.

The hosts of Ruthless, Josh Holmes, Comfortably Smug, Michael Duncan, and John Ashbrook, joined Megyn on Thursday’s show to talk about the current state of the vice presidential race.

Kennedy’s independent presidential campaign is developing into a significant one. He revealed to The New York Times earlier this week that he has reduced the number of candidates for running mate to former professional wrestler and current Minnesota governor Jesse Ventura, as well as quarterback Aaron Rodgers of the New York Jets.

Additionally, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY), 2020 presidential contender Andrew Yang, and former Hawaii congressman Tulsi Gabbard were all contacted by Kennedy, according to the Times story. Although RFK’s approaches appear to have been rejected by everyone, sources told the outlet that Ventura and Rodgers “welcomed” them.

Kennedy stated he liked Rodgers because he is “battle tested” and “stood up” for what he believed in despite being “battered by the press” during an appearance on Fox News on Wednesday.

Though he said it would make for an extremely interesting fall, Ashbrook referred to the Rodgers reports as “attention getting.” “Every Sunday we will be reminded on national television via the most expensive advertising platform on the planet, the NFL… that Aaron Rodgers is running for vice president with RFK, Jr.,” he stated, if he does select Aaron Rodgers and he stays healthy this football season.

Kennedy’s campaign states that he will select his vice presidential candidate in Oakland, California on March 26. However, the media has begun to investigate the potential candidates. A 2013 CNN article alleged that Rodgers, who is well-known for refusing the COVID-19 vaccine, “shared false Sandy Hook conspiracy theories in private conversations.”

On Thursday, Rodgers responded to the allegations on X. “As I have stated publicly in the past, the events at Sandy Hook were a complete tragedy. He wrote on Twitter, “I am not and have never been of the opinion that the events did not take place.” “Once more, I sincerely hope that we may learn from this and other disasters to recognize the warning signals and stop needless deaths. My prayers and sympathies are still with the impacted families and the entire Sandy Hook community. Regarding the VP rumors, he has remained silent.

Regarding the GOP, Trump has not disclosed his vice presidential nominee. Greg Kelly questioned the presumed GOP nominee on Wednesday in an appearance on Newsmax about whether he was “any closer” to selecting a running mate. Kelly asked if Trump had “ruled anybody out” as well.

Trump asserted that both were accurate. Yes, I’m sure I know a few folks you might be familiar with. “I didn’t think some people behaved properly,” he remarked. Yes, I believe I have excluded a few people, but I have also included a large number of people. Although I believe the Republican Party has many wonderful members who would make excellent vice presidents, I do have some individuals that I would not want in that position.

Megyn thought the word choice was telling. “‘They didn’t conduct responsibly,’ if someone was attacking him, then it is… She remarked, “I believe he would have condemned them more strongly and perhaps even identified them. “According to my theory, it might allude to a rising Republican star who created so much buzz and heat that they were invited to give the State of the Union address before being bombed.”

Megyn surmised that perhaps Sen. Katie Britt (R-AL)’s post-State of the Union performance was the behavior Trump thought unfit for a running mate. She stated, “He praised her like a classy guy over the weekend at a rally.” However, there is no possibility that he missed what the rest of us saw.

The Ruthless boys weren’t entirely convinced that Britt was even considered for the position, but another frequently cited name in GOP presidential politics is currently the subject of debate.

Governor Kristi Noem of South Dakota is currently being sued for a controversial video she shared on social media regarding dental work. Noem posted a five-minute video earlier this week detailing her experience “fixing” her teeth—damaged in a bike accident years earlier—at Smile Texas in the Houston region.

In a lawsuit filed in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia on Wednesday, the consumer advocacy group Travelers United said that the governor had “advertised a product or service without disclosing that she has a financial relationship with that company.”

Megyn thought the video “a little weird for someone who is reportedly trying to get on the shortlist,” even if she liked Noem and the before and after photos show the dentist did “a good job.”

Easily In the meantime, smugly made a joke about how she was “being unfairly attacked” and proposed a theory. He chuckled, “She is attempting to incentivize trade between South Dakota and Texas through a better deal.” She is working to increase awareness of the significant economic activity that may occur between South Dakota and Texas.



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