Melania Trump may play major role in selecting Donald's VP

 June 23, 2024

A past campaign advisor of Donald Trump recently came out and suggested that there's somebody not named Donald who could have a major impact over the decision of who should be Trump's running mate in 2024:

Melania Trump.

According to, David Urban was recently asked by CNN's Erin Burnett about who he thought would "have the most sway" when it came to influencing Donald Trump's pick for vice president.

Erin Burnett suggested that it might be business mogul Rupert Murdoch, or television hosts Sean Hannity or Tucker Carlson who could get in Trump's ear.

David Urban didn't think it was any of those three men.

"Melania Trump. His wife! I’d like to know who Melania likes, right. That’s really, probably his closest advisor," David Urban claimed.

Some of the top contenders right now are thought to be Senator J.D. Vance of Ohio, Governor Doug Burgum of North Dakota, and Senator Marco Rubio of Florida. It is possible, however, that Rubio has already been eliminated from contention as a result of saying Trump has "tiny hands" in the past.

Urban said that Melania has a "great deal of influence over her husband," and that "it will be interesting to see who she likes."

Melania is calling the shots

Many are unsurprised to learn that Melania Trump might be getting her way on various issues because it's indisputable that Donald Trump put her through a LOT by having his affairs broadcast to all of America during his trial.

Credit to Melania for remaining by Donald's side when it was revealed that he had an affair with a Playboy model while Melania was pregnant with their son Barron. Perhaps Donald feels that he owes Melania for sticking by his side, so he's going to let her make a few more decisions during this campaign period.

Longshot contenders

Beyond the three men listed above, there are some other people who are still believed to be in the running to be Trump's first mate come election season. Some people still being floated are Senator Tim Scott from South Carolina, Representative Elise Stefanik from New York, Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas, and Representative Byron Donalds of Florida.

Regardless of who Donald Trump picks, we are in for a VERY interesting election season.

There are felonies on both sides of the aisle, with the recent convictions of both Donald Trump and Hunter Biden throwing the entire election into uncharted territories.

One thing is clear though, no matter who Donald Trump picks as his vice president, he's going to need America to show up for him on Election Day. If we can do that for him in November, hopefully he'll have our back for the next four years.

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