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July 13, 2016 11:32 AM UTC

Poll: Who Will Be Donald Trump's Running-Mate?

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  • by: Colorado Pols

Here’s a highly informal poll, meant purely for discussion purposes among our readers, of potential choices by presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to serve as his vice president. Who brings the right combination of…whatever the hell it is Trump needs most to pull this thing off and become the next President of the United States? If your favored candidate isn’t listed, feel free to suggest one in comments.

As always with our reader polls, we’re looking for your honest prediction–not your personal preference. Happy voting!

Who will be the Republican vice-presidential nominee in 2016?

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11 thoughts on “Poll: Who Will Be Donald Trump’s Running-Mate?

  1. Trump likes his loyalty, so Christie gets my vote in this poll, plus he's a better "attack dog" than the other names being floated. But if Manafort has any actual sway in the campaign, then I think Pence gets the nod. 

    1. Rachel Maddow mentioned how Christie prosecuted and thoroughly humiliated the father of Trump's son-in-law who is a major figure in the campaign so that might be a little awkward. Newt just left Fox which indicates he thinks he'll get the rose.  Pence makes sense in bland vanilla VP kind of way and since VPs don't tend to mean much geographically anymore they aren't much of a factor unless they turn out to be a big problem for some reason.  

      Since Trump never makes sense I'm guessing "other".

      1. Yeah, but he was a major Democratic fundraiser so I'm sure that makes it a-ok in the tiny mind of Trump and his ilk. Pence is the nod to shaky/wavering conservatives who would be comforted knowing he would be the one running the show while Trump plays Celebrity President. 

  2. I was thinking Newt until it was reported that he had to get Hannity to arrange for his flight to Indy.  Seems if Trump was serious about him, he'd have hooked him up with a lift to the meeting.

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