I hope not.
[I hope not.]
Doubtful. Trump doesn’t show his hand like that. I would imagine he has Carson on the VP “search committee” because he knew leaks would get out, and he probably planned it that way to keep the media chasing its tail.
I would imagine the veep selection process is an air tight, closely secretive process, probably between Trump and Gingrich, maybe Manafort as well.
Same here. I stopped taking Sarah Palin seriously when it became clear that she was more interested in being a celebrity and showcasing her family on reality TV than she was in policy. Add to that her fingernails on a chalkboard voice that makes Hillary's shrill shrieking sound almost lyrical by comparison, and we're left with a walking punchline rather than a VP pick.
If it's a choice between Palin and Gingrich, I would take Newt without question. Newt Gingrich has his many negatives (not the least of which is an ego that makes Trump look like a model of humility), but Gingrich, unlike Palin, has a first-rate policy mind and unlike Trump knows how to work with members of Congress. He brings something to the table.
Trump will NOT be elected with Palin on the ticket.
We’ve seen that movie, too.
“I hope not.”
As much as I like Sarah Palin, she has been so demonized by the press that I believe that her being Trump’s VP would cripple his campaign. Just my personal opinion.