According to Trump insiders, the former president will select a vice presidential candidate who is “ideologically aligned” with him, has “charisma,” and is “loyal.” The former president has indicated that “a lot of people” are “auditioning” behind the scenes for the position of Trump’s vice president. However, no formal discussions have narrowed the candidate pool.
After being charged by a Manhattan grand jury, the former president has switched his narrative, focusing his post-arraignment statement at Mar-a-Lago on the other legal charges hanging over him. Others close to Trump claimed such rhetoric would continue throughout his campaign and that further “B.S. indictments” would benefit the campaign politically.
A Texas federal judge ruled on Friday that the Food and Drug Administration failed to follow proper procedures when approving abortion pills responsible for approximately half of all abortions performed on women in the United States. Consequently, mifepristone will be removed from the FDA’s approved list of pharmaceuticals to induce chemical abortions.
All eyes and cameras will be on New York as Alvin Bragg dives headfirst into a can of worms that no one needs or wants. Everyone from Glenn Beck to Greg Gutfeld has suggested that, in addition to being a political gimmick, the Trump indictment is a diversion from issues that should be of actual national concern. For example, the Biden administration’s immigration policies have aided human trafficking.