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Would Donald Trump Make a Good Vice President? (Trump Thinks So)

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Donald Trump's presidential run didn't pan out too well, but he might still have a shot at the White House. The billionaire business magnate announced he would be a good candidate for vice president. The best, in fact, though he said it in a roundabout way, buried under a slew of other recommendations and Trumpisms.

Trump told Newsmax, "Chris Christie’s a great guy. He’s a friend of mine ... Rob Portman, who I don’t know, but I hear fantastic things about. Certainly he’s been very well vetted over the years. He’s a professional who’s been there a long time ... On a younger side, you could look at Sen. Rubio, who I think could help with Hispanics ... They have a lot of very good people.” He adds with a smile: “Probably the best choice of all would be Donald Trump." Hm... Would he?


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  • Nan 2012/05/25 16:55:21
    No
    Nan
    Trump is not worth the time or effort of discussion, he may be ok on TV, not too great in business, been bankrupt several times, x-wife pulled him out. As for running for office he's a joke.
  • gocleonard Nan 2012/05/25 17:34:53
    gocleonard
    HMMMM- A BILLIONAIRE JOKE? ?? BETTER THINK THAT ONE OUT NAN !!
  • BoJay 2012/05/25 16:54:51
    Yes
    BoJay
    +1
    Think about it? Two of the most powerful men in the business world as our leaders would make our Capitalist Country explode with JOBS, MONEY, and a new AMERICAN SPIRIT. I would vote for that!
  • Tom Cam... BoJay 2012/05/25 17:50:38
    Tom Camfield
    You've GOT to be kidding!
  • BoJay Tom Cam... 2012/05/25 17:55:43
    BoJay
    No really can you even imagine it. Trust me anything would be better than re-electing an attorney back in office. That's the problem with this country we keep voting in lawyers, have you ever met a lawyer that didn't screw things up in the name of the almighty dollar?
    Obama Lawyer
  • tommy BoJay 2012/05/28 20:12:28
    tommy
    Fuccccccc noooooooooooo. I am willing to bet that if donald duck tramp gets on the ticket obama for sure will get elected for another four painful years.
  • tommy BoJay 2012/05/28 20:14:35
    tommy
    Misspelled LIAR. You spelled it L A W Y E R
  • Grabitz 2012/05/25 16:54:09
    No
    Grabitz
    +1
    President maybe because he would end up running the show anyway telling Romney what to do . Would be funny if he fired Romney .
  • Horace 2012/05/25 16:53:00
    No
    Horace
    Trump was fine as a flavor of the month during that never ending train wreck of Republican primary race but now that they have a candidate its time to get serious about this.
  • runz 2012/05/25 16:48:06
    No
    runz
    +2
    Can they fall any lower with the slimeballs? Talk about self-aggrandizing, womanizing sharks! ANd then, he's hire HIS type of designer to faux-riche the WHitehouse with tastless crap? Oh, no, puhlezze. On the other hand, it would be fun to see the Biden hair and the Donald hair go toe-to-toe. Wouldn't the spittle fly??!!!!
  • Lagdh 2012/05/25 16:42:49
    No
    Lagdh
    Need some proof! :)
  • Fallout 2012/05/25 16:42:36
    Yes
    Fallout
    +3
    Romney/Trump is the GOP dream ticket.
  • pic Fallout 2012/05/25 16:54:05
    pic
    +3
    Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha....
  • Dan Zellman 2012/05/25 16:41:34
    Yes
    Dan Zellman
    +17
    This is all Obama needs to guarantee victory.
  • premenos Dan Zel... 2012/05/25 17:46:56
    premenos
    I never thought about it in that context, but that works for me.
  • lee premenos 2012/05/25 20:46:31
    lee
    me too...

    play the Trump Card

    where's my Trump Card graphic?
  • ThinkAb... Dan Zel... 2012/05/27 06:10:29
    ThinkAboutIt!
    Barry will never hear the victory word again.
  • TRAHELION ThinkAb... 2012/05/28 21:27:06
    TRAHELION
    +1
    Oh yes he will. People like you ensure it, haha.
  • noooooo... Dan Zel... 2012/06/18 14:56:13
    noooooooooooob2234
    +2
    Trump supports Romney, first of all. Also, he disagrees with almost EVERYTHING that modern liberalism stands for. Seriously, do you people follow current events AT ALL?????
  • lazybutt 2012/05/25 16:39:17
    Yes
    lazybutt
    +7
    I think he would be fabulous. I like him alot. He doesn't hesitate to tell it like it is. He is extremely smart.........his name is known throughout the universe. His accomplishments are unbelievable. I would love to see him as a VP running mate. I love when he talks about China and the other countries taking jobs away from US citizens and I love when he talks about our run down cities, streets and airports. He would have so much to contribute. I am in for him.........and I love Romney.
  • Christy lazybutt 2012/05/25 17:03:13
    Christy
    +4
    The whole time I was reading that, I was anticipating a punchline.
  • premenos lazybutt 2012/05/25 17:53:33
    premenos
    +1
    He should stop talking about our rundown cities, streets and airports andd put his money where his mouth is. No one is stopping him from fixing things. He just loves to talk to hear himself talk.
  • Dan Zel... premenos 2012/05/29 15:20:09
    Dan Zellman
    I live in New York. He creates some ugly buildings.
  • mae lazybutt 2012/05/26 18:53:11
    mae
    I t would be great if he could do something about getting jobs back from China, Mexico and Central America, and back into the US...that would be a way to rein him in and give him his own team the the Leader of...
  • premenos 2012/05/25 16:38:33
    No
    premenos
    +5
    I just played the trump card. You lose, Donald. Two egotistical maniacs together, what a thought.
  • cm 2012/05/25 16:38:12
    Yes
    cm
    +2
    yes and no but if i were to compare trump to biden then hell yes.
  • Dogomatic 2012/05/25 16:37:57
    No
    Dogomatic
    He is an idiot !
  • Kay Van Houten 2012/05/25 16:34:40
    No
    Kay Van Houten
    +1
    OMG You don't have to be smart to inherit money. Do we really need a another Bush/Cheney running around with Mitt in his crosshairs?
  • lou 2012/05/25 16:34:34
    Yes
    lou
    charade.

    We now know that with the window of opportunity closing, Barack Obama had to be hauled off the golf course and virtually forced to make a decision. Even then, he polled his cabinet, plaintively asking each one, “What do you recommend I should do?” So that he wouldn’t have to shoulder the responsibility alone.

    And when, reluctantly, he finally gave the go-ahead, his own CIA Director has revealed that Obama made sure, everyone knew “the timing, operation, and decision-making are in Adm. William McRaven’s hands.” In short, Barack Obama passed the buck.

    That is what is known as a profile in
    Part of an article I read about your hero Barry ( Barack ) Sotero Obama
  • Christy lou 2012/05/25 17:08:36
    Christy
    +2
    You mean it wasn't a unilateral decision made by the president with no advisement from military experts?! How shocking!
  • pete lou 2012/05/25 17:38:27
    pete
    +1
    But he said it himself on the news; we all heard it: "it was my decision", "I directed", "I gave the go-ahead", "I ordered"...."I, I, I, I,.................

    Are you suggesting he's untruthful?
  • Dan Zel... lou 2012/05/29 15:31:17
    Dan Zellman
    The President makes the decision and passes it to the next in command for execution. This is how military operations work. The experts make the best plans. The options are given back the the President, he decides and gives the go. In the Cuban Missile Crisis, logistics were handled again by the Navy while the President made the overall decisions on what to do. I was a Marine at the time. My squadron was involved. I saw it first hand.
  • the judgebigdogeagle-~PWCM~JLA 2012/05/25 16:33:24
    No
    the judgebigdogeagle-~PWCM~JLA
    +1
    He is a camera hog,but he would be a great advisor to Mitt.
  • tim.mullen1 2012/05/25 16:33:09
    No
    tim.mullen1
    +3
    The man has no appreciable talents at all other than self-promotion. He is a moderately successful businessman, mainly as the result of dodgy dealings that would make Al Capone blush. The fact that he is even considered as serious politician shows the depths to which today's Republican Party has stooped; Ronald Reagan, Dwight Eisenhower and Theodore Roosevelt must be spinning in their graves at the very idea that this man has any influence on their Party.
  • Dan Zel... tim.mul... 2012/05/29 15:33:15 (edited)
    Dan Zellman
    And now for something completely different. Actually I agree completely. Should be self evident.
  • David Lindner 2012/05/25 16:31:53
    Yes
    David Lindner
    but not this election cycle. tge communists would have a mayday with class warfare
  • Dan Zel... David L... 2012/05/29 15:35:19 (edited)
    Dan Zellman
    +1
    Communism is a failed system. Any Russian will tell you it degenerates into "We pretend to work and they pretend to pay us" Trickle down doesn't work.
  • David L... Dan Zel... 2012/05/29 20:41:35
    David Lindner
    amen
  • JohnT 2012/05/25 16:31:15
    No
    JohnT
    +3
    Only if we have a casino in the White House.
  • mae JohnT 2012/05/26 18:57:40
    mae
    +1
    ...(...who says we don't?...)

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