They’re not going to let Trump or Cruz be the nominee....better not count any chickens.
Aside from the fact Sarah has no traction with Congress, to go along with Trump’s lack of same, what could go wrong?
Sounds good to me.
I hope the Trump/Palin ticket will beat the Clinton/whoever ticket decisively.
You people just won’t stop
Step outside of the Trump bubble and step into reality.
Actually, stay within the bubble, as at least that will
minimize your contact with normal people, who would rather not be in your presence.
Rightly or wrongly, Sarah Palin was damaged beyond electability in 2008. I’d vote for Trump/Palin, many on FR would, but the country at large would not. I hate that this is true, but it is.
I disagree that Ms. Palin would ‘lose’ many voters for Mr. Trump. This is a significantly different election this time around, and many of us reckon it’s our final chance to peacefully effect meaningful change.
Ms. Palin would only add to Mr. Trump’s historic numbers.
It’s a shame that Palin went for the windbag.
A non starter
Fine by me.
Picking Palin would be out of the box thinking. How could Trump pick another candidate that even more hated than he is, is how most people think. Both Trump and Palin have charisma that Cruz lack. Palin will carry on Trump’s legacy because politically they’re very similar. Palin was actually the one who came up with the Common Sense Conservative moniker that Trump thought he came up with first
I really like Sarah but her 15 minutes of fame has come and gone. I doubt she would help Trump much.
Ivanka will be 35 before Election Day. She would throw a wrench in people’s anti trump stances
No. Too much blast from the past. Besides, just like Trump, she has legions of enemies on both sides of the isle. Donald is controversial enough all by himself, so he needs a VP who easier who presents a more neutral tone, making it easier to unify people. I have always liked Mike Pence, he just needs to keep away from the abortion and gay rights rhetoric minefields.
Well somebody better tell Trump........
He said he would choose “somebody that can walk into the Senate and who’s been friendly
with these guys for 25 years, and people for 25 years and can get things done” in an
extensive interview with The Washington Post published Saturday.
“So I would 95 percent see myself picking a political person, as opposed to
somebody from the outside,” he said.
No. Rightly or wrongly Palin has been so trampled in the media she is not the right choice.