While talking on “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show,” President Trump spoke about potentially having Tucker Carlson be his Vice President.
President Trump said, “I like Tucker a lot. I guess I would consider him. He’s got great common sense.”
Watch the clip here:
Many online are excited at having Tucker as Vice President, while others are skeptical due to his influence in the media.
🚨BREAKING: Donald Trump says he would consider Tucker Carlson as his running mate for President in 2024.
Trump: “I like Tucker a lot. I would, I think I'd say I would because he's got great common sense.”
Would you support a Trump/ Tucker Carlson Presidential Ticket? pic.twitter.com/Vzw9HXUzjl
— Ian Jaeger (@IanJaeger29) November 8, 2023
This news comes as Tucker says he will donate the max amount if President Trump is convicted:
Holy crap!!! Tucker says he will donate the maximum to Trump if he’s convicted. 👏🏻👍🏻🇺🇸
I love Tucker.
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) November 8, 2023
CNN just released polls that show President Trump dominating Biden in the 2024 Presidential election:
One year out from Election Day 2024, former President Donald Trump narrowly leads President Joe Biden, 49% to 45% among registered voters, in a hypothetical rematch in the latest CNN poll conducted by SSRS. Biden’s reelection chances are buffeted by deeply negative approval ratings, a stagnant sense that things are going poorly in the United States, diminished support among key voter blocs, and a widespread sense that he is not up for the job.
In the potential rematch between Biden and Trump, neither candidate has much room for growth. All told, 51% of voters nationwide say there is no chance at all that they would vote for Biden, and just 4% are not currently supporting him but say there is a chance they will. Nearly half, 48%, say there is no chance they will vote for Trump, and only 2% that they aren’t currently backing him but would consider it.
President Trump is enjoying a big lead ahead of Biden.
With Democrats currently infighting over Israel and Palestine, this leaves an excellent opportunity for Republicans to capitalize on the turmoil.
Having Tucker Carlson as a running mate might boost President Trump further in the polls, seeing as Tucker already has a sizeable following.