President Trump’s Super PAC Runs Poll Asking Who Trump Should Pick For VP

Henry Rodgers from the Daily Caller reported Tuesday that President Trump’s Super PAC has launched a new website inviting supporters to cast their vote for who they think would make the best running mate for the 45th President.

This move is seen by many as indicative of President Trump’s commanding lead in primary polls, suggesting that tomorrow’s debate may be more about choosing a second-place candidate than a potential winner.

‘Natalie Winters, executive editor and co-host of Steve Bannon’s “The War Room,” praised the initiative as a display of creativity.

She described it as “the ultimate troll.”

FOX News, which is hosting the debate decided to ban their employees from accessing the website and potentially sharing this creative work of art with the world.

If just one writer decided to publish this information on the Fox News website, thousands if not millions of their fans would get the correct impression of the debate and would be less likely to tune in.


The website that is responsible for trolling the opposition has recently shared images and statements of some of the candidates that many would deem inappropriate.

For example, they have placed a fly on Mike Pence’s head in reference to the 2020 Vice-Presidential debate against Kamala Harris, where an insect famously stole the show when it landed on Pence in front of millions of viewers. ‘

Nikki Haley, often referred to as a “RINO” (Republican in Name Only), has recently been subject to harsh criticism.

The website in question makes no effort to mask its disdain for the former South Carolina governor, relying solely on quotes from her to make its point.

It is clear that her views are not widely shared or supported.

As the Republican Party gears up for tomorrow’s presidential debate, many are questioning who would make the best running mate for Donald Trump.

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