One notable identify was lacking from ex-President Donald Trump’s record of Republicans who he believes are doing good issues.
Conservative commentator Lisa Boothe requested Trump — within the first episode of her new podcast, “The Truth With Lisa Boothe,” launched Monday — who he thinks “are part of the future” of the GOP.
Trump rattled off an extended record of Republicans — Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis; Sens. Josh Hawley (Mo.), Ted Cruz (Texas) and Rand Paul (Ky.); former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders; and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.
“Lot of very good people, really good people,” claimed Trump. “The Republican Party is stacked.”
But Trump failed to say his former Vice President Mike Pence, who’s reportedly contemplating his personal run for the White House.
Boothe then requested Trump ― who repeated his election fraud lie all through the interview ― who could possibly be in competition to run on the GOP ticket in 2024, if he doesn’t determine to run once more.
“So some of the names I guess I just mentioned, perhaps. And others and others. There’s a pretty deep bench. I’ll make that decision sometime later. But there’s a pretty deep bench,” the previous president replied.
Trump later criticized Pence for not illegally overturning the presidential election outcomes, falsely claiming Pence might have rejected sure states’ Electoral College votes ― the supply of tensions between the pair.
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