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Digital_Boy 27 points ago +27 / -0

this is why I'm concerned about 2024.

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AtariArtist 14 points ago +16 / -2 (edited)

Two words - Ted Cruz. I voted against him in the primaries - but he's been all business and zero McCain / Romney grudge bullshit since he knows the difference between personal and politics (unlike cancer-head-dead McCain). He's got my vote for 2024.

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ProudAmerican 11 points ago +17 / -6

Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong. Cruz falls into a special category just like the rest of them. They’re called politicians and are never in it for the people. We are totally screwed Jan 2025 when our President has to hand over the torch to one of the club members. Unless Trump has a younger twin, expect the globalists to take back control of their long term plan to snuff out America as we knew it.

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AtariArtist 15 points ago +19 / -4 (edited)

Ok Doomer.

Kanye West was interested in a GOP 2024 run too I believe. Ted could Veep him there and help him GPS the swamp.

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Aambrick 3 points ago +4 / -1

What if Ted Becomes the VP to Kanye(with Trump as an advisor) and then after eight years Ted gives up Senate to work with Veterans for a couple years then Tries the 2032 or 2036 run.

I would say Rand Paul as his VP.

That is one way, but the cynical side of me says Rand Paul and another that is Like Trump.

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ConantheBarkarian 16 points ago +16 / -0 (edited)

I think we gotta keep Kanye of out any serious discussion. Being counter culture and possibly converted does not a great president make. I'd rather Don Jr., but I'll be voting for whoever Geotus endorses most likely.

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Imransgarage 2 points ago +2 / -0

This guy gets it. There will be a clear endorsement, and if Don Jr. runs why wouldn't you vote for him.

Everyone should listen to DJTJs interview with Bongino, he talks about how he used to spend summers in eastern europe and saw the bread lines first hand.

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HumphreyBeans 1 point ago +1 / -0

Vote for whomever Trump endorses. He will not make that decision lightly.

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Digital_Boy 8 points ago +8 / -0

Maaaaaaybe... He's not got 1/2 the media savvy that Trump does, which is his best weapon so far against the leftist masses and all the shit they've thrown at him.

If he can burn the motherfuckers down in his 2nd term and leave the dems in chaos and too busy infighting, then Cruz or perhaps Don Jr. could wade in and help set things right long term, by passing legislation.

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Digital_Boy 5 points ago +6 / -1

Sorry, but no, he'd be a punching bag for the legacy media shills and their dem masters, along with the GOPe.

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AtariArtist 5 points ago +6 / -1 (edited)

Yup. It's got to be someone who literally doesn't give a shit about the MSM and goes out of his way to troll them.

I immediately thought of Kayne and Cruz. Kanye would scare the shit out of the press because if the threw half the shade they are throwing at Trump, the DNC would lose the entire plantation.

I want to see that happen.

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readysetgo 6 points ago +6 / -0

Yea I kinda like Rand he seems sane but like you said, this isn't enough.

We need trump, only mightier

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Slick_Willy 7 points ago +7 / -0

Donald Trump will win in 2024, I am worried a bit about 2032

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Cade_Connelly_13 1 point ago +1 / -0

Same. Unless Trump picks up the stupid ball he's got this election in the bag. The Democrat platform is a mess. It's when he as to leave that I'm sweating bullets.

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philandy 2 points ago +2 / -0

What about Mike Pence?