>>349961>can't make another Pence mistake
Actually is: "can't make another Trump mistake"
Trump betrayed MAGA and put forward MIGA. DeSantis is not any better. Both are controlled opposition golems and unfit for office.
That goes without saying, but who's actually going to get the Republican ticket?
A faggot jew.
It will never be Augustus Hitler Thorson, whitest man alive
There we go again with the non-answers.
Do you think Trump will actually get the nominee again, or will DeSantis replace him?
I think it's really just a question of if Trump actually runs or not.
the script is so heavily implying DeSantis will be Trump's running mate, 1-2 years before the campaign, that it becomes a reason itself to assume there will be a twist in the plot.
Trump is still the main character though
Would be fun if Trump choose Sarah Palin as VP and wins because it will be double the fun and saltmining. They can impeach and remove Trump again but will then have to embrace Sarah Palin as the first female president.
Sarah Palin + Donald Trump would be the ultimate shitpost pick, but she really dragged down McCain and isn't really worthy as a running mate.
>>350032>They can impeach and remove Trump again but will then have to embrace Sarah Palin as the first female president.
This does bring a smile to my face though...
No, the ultimate shitpost/setup would be Palin as Prez, and Trump as VP.
1st woman president
Trump gives 0 fucks about the 'traditional' role of VP and uses his position in the senate to troll the left during sessions
They dont DARE assassinate Palin
And Trump gets to be back without having added to his 8 year limit.
Id rather it be DeSantis and Trump, but Palin is a better shitpost
I think you're right. It would be glorious with Palin as president and Trump as VP. Trump gets to shitpost, do fun stuff, and if if it is a split senate and Trump gets to cats deciding vote and laugh.
Next question would be who would be the perfect Speaker of the house and Majority leader in senate so we get to maximize shitposting in both house and senate.