Megyn Kelly, the renowned conservative voice, has shared her theory on who Donald Trump might choose as his vice president for the 2024 Republican ticket. Brace yourselves, because it’s a shocker. Kelly believes that Nikki Haley, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, could be the one.
Megyn Kelly Shares Her Theory on Trump's VP Pick, and It Will Cause Some Consternation https://t.co/wp9aM0n3bw
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Now, I know what you’re thinking. MAGA supporters have convinced themselves that Haley is against everything they stand for. But according to Kelly, Trump’s got one goal in mind – winning and staying out of jail. And if that means picking Haley, well, he might just do it.
But hold on a second. I can already hear the collective gasp from conservatives. How can they possibly accept a “neoconservative war-monger” like Haley? Well, folks, if Trump tells them to accept her, they will. It’s as simple as that. The same people who are bashing her now will suddenly find themselves rationalizing her presence on the ticket.
You see, the article points out that Haley could be the “winning ticket” for Trump. She brings a different voting pool to the equation – suburban women and the dreaded donor class. And let’s not forget Trump’s looming legal troubles. He knows that this election is not just about the country, it’s about him. If he thinks Haley can help him secure a victory by appealing to independents, well, why wouldn’t he choose her?
Sure, there would be consternation, but Trump’s base will fall in line. They always do. They’ll proudly wear their “Make America Great Again with Nikki Haley” hats and convince themselves that she’s the best choice for the country. And who can blame them? Sometimes you have to make compromises to get what you want, even if it means putting a “birdbrain” like Haley on the ticket.
So, conservatives, brace yourselves. The possibility of Haley as Trump’s VP pick is real. And as much as we may try to resist it, we need to prepare ourselves for the inevitable. After all, isn’t winning what really matters?