Steve Bannon gave an extraordinary take on Donald Trump’s potential VP pick during his War Room podcast.
Bannon said that he received a standing ovation when he mentioned Robert F Kennedy, Jr. as Trump’s potential VP at the American Freedom Alliance Conference.
“By the way, I just want to make an aside before I bring Derek Harvey in,” Bannon said.
“When I did Q-and-A and I did about an hour of Q-and-A, they had a little technical problem,” he added.
“But I did Q-and-A, which I think people were here. I want to make sure people understand this,” Bannon continued.
“Somebody asked about Robert F. Kennedy and the great speech at Hillsdale, his opening speech and what did I think about his prospects. And I said, “Look, I’m a Kari Lake person, but if Kari Lake becomes governor, as she should if this court case, or if not, she runs for the Senate.”
“If she’s not available to be Trump’s VP that Bobby Kennedy would be, I think, be an excellent choice for President Trump to consider,” Bannon said.
“There was a standing ovation and this was a very hardcore MAGA war room posse crowd,” he said.
“I think that is a signal to the political elites in this country that something very different is going on. And I thought it was quite extraordinary.” Bannon added.
“Robert Kennedy Jr. has huge support in the American populist movement. Look for the GOP elites to start their attacks on Bobby any day now,” he said.
Last week, The Daily Fetched reported that Trump’s team shared interesting insights into who could be Trump’s potential 2024 running mate.
According to Trump insiders, the 45th president is likely to choose a candidate who is “ideologically aligned,” has “charisma,” and is “loyal.”
According to a Washington Examiner report, the following Republican women could make Trump’s shortlist:
South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem
New York Rep. Elise Stefanik
Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders
Former Arizona journalist Kari Lake
Now, it seems Robert F. Kennedy could be added to the list.
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