If Trump does win the nomination, is this a clue about a potential running mate?

If Trump does win the nomination, is this a clue about a potential running mate?
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According to the latest Real Clear Politics average, Donald Trump continues to pull away from his nearest contender in the race for the GOP nomination for president. Nevertheless, abundant time remains between now and the Republican primaries. A lot can happen in that period.

Yet, developments in the last week point to the possibility of who Trump might choose to be his runing mate in the event he does win the nomination. Trump told reporters on Thursday that he and friendly presidential rival Ted Cruz (R-Texas) were planning to do “something very big over the next two weeks in Washington.”

It seems that the two candidates will join forces to protest against and bring awareness to the terrible and incompetent Iran nuclear deal that the Obama administration has completed with the evil and fascist Iranian regime.

Trump also added, “By the way, even if you break it up, they are going to get $150 billion. You know what I’d do? I wouldn’t give them the money. I don’t care what the deal — I would not give them the money.”

Cruz may be the one GOP candidate that seems to have a warm relationship with Trump, who went out of his way to call Cruz a “friend of mine and a good guy.”

The Cruz campaign later told The Blaze that the Texas Republican “has invited Donald Trump to join him on the Capitol grounds for a rally to call on members of Congress to defeat the catastrophic deal that the Obama Administration has struck with the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Cross-posted at Eagle Rising

Onan Coca

Onan Coca

Onan Coca is editor-in-chief at Liberty Alliance media group. He is also managing editor of Eagle Rising and Constitution.com, and a managing partner of iPatriot.com.


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