• October 6, 2022

Trump’s Lead Candidate For VP Ticks Him Off After Making Back-Stabbing Statement

A senator tipped to be one of the top picks for Donald Trump’s running mate seemingly distanced himself from the presumptive Republican nominee on Sunday, saying that Trump is “going to have to change” to win the election.

Republican Sen. Bob Corker of Tennessee was widely thought to be a top pick for Trump’s vice president because of his stances on immigration and trade, in addition to his legislative experience. However, during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos,” Corker seemed to indicate that Trump’s primary attribute is an ability to change.

When asked why he thought that Trump would be a good president, Corker responded, “He has an opportunity to transition.”

“He’s talking to people I respect greatly, Secretary Baker, Dr. Kissinger are people that two of the most — the greatest foreign policy experts in our nation, so he’s talking to the right people. And it’s my hope that now that this primary decision — process is over, it’s like moving from the major leagues to the World Series,” Corker continued.

“It’s my hope that he will transition into that phase. He has an opportunity to really change the trajectory of our country. And it’s my sense that he will take advantage of that. I hope that he will. But we’ll have to see.”

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