Democrat Asks To Be Trump’s Vice President?

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( – In Friday’s interview on Fox News, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (Hawaii) claimed that she would be open to being former President Donald Trump’s running mate if he asked.

During her appearance on Fox News, she told host Jesse Watters that she would be open to considering a vice presidential appointment. She continued by arguing that her goal was to serve the country and that she wanted to be in a position where she could solve the problems that the country was facing. 

Former President Donald Trump confirmed several of the names on his vice president shortlist, which includes Gabbard, South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R), Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.), and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy. While he spoke about the possible options for the position Trump did not reveal when he was planning on making an announcement on his running mate. He had argued however that all of these people would make great options. 

Next week Gabbard is set to visit Trump’s Mar-a-Lago resort where she will be headlining the 917 Society fundraiser during a night that is focused on “celebrating the Constitution.”

Gabbard, who had previously run as a Democratic party member but announced in late 2022 that she would be leaving the party, has previously claimed that the Democratic party was under the control of “an elitist cabal of warmongers.” In a video statement, she argued that the party had stood for a government that was for the elites and that she was calling for all independent-minded Democrats to leave the party much like she was doing. 

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