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Who Should Be Trump’s VP — Gingrich or Pence?
by Bradley Matthews
“It will be a Trump campaign and nobody will remember the name Pence two weeks into the campaign. I think Gingrich is the one who I think would be the best fit, not so much because he doubles down, but because he’s the most, if you like, either articulate or glib, you can have it either way.” — Charles Krauthammer
I would be for Gingrich if not for his age, would like someone that could possibly serve 2 terms.
July 14, 2016,10:24 pm
Totally agree with Charles Krauthammer.
July 14, 2016,8:53 pm
I totally agree
July 14, 2016,5:39 pm
Gingrich was best choice. What a disappointingly poor campaign to date.
Thought Trump would have a brilliant campaign. Seems like he should have been able to hire the best of the best.
Has not happened. Does not look like it will happen. Time is running. out.
Difficult to watch the continent decline of this once great nation.
July 14, 2016,5:19 pm
Well, remember that trump is outsider so if he wins for to be president,he is going to be bit differ methy than be politics tradition in somewhat, that’s possible. If he choose V.P Pence than Gingrich because of scale weight easier than rather “less scale weigh nor high scale weight” that’s one reason ,maybe. They can not make the decision for him in which the best who is V.P. so. It’s time for America changes for the better future to be life again than what Obama & Democratics party admission did violation of laws & criminal since 2007-2016. Thats hope but nothing easy, of course . It’s long way to clean up their mess and Governs owe the money $$$$$$$$$$.
July 14, 2016,12:13 pm
Laura G. Holmes
I would have preferred Condaleeza Rice, however, she declined Trump’s offer. I don’t blame her for not wanting to get back into the rat race of Washington, D.C. Because she turned down Trump’s offer, I think that Newt Gingrich would be the next best choice. He has accomplished amazing things in his life.
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