Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, says she is open to being vice-president if Trump is re-elected in 2024, but there is a downside–she doesn’t want to move to Washington D.C.
During a recent episode of her podcast, “The Right View with Lara Trump,” Trump was asked if she would accept the position if her father-in-law asked her to be his running mate.
Trump, who has zero political experience outside of working for her husband’s father campaign, said she was flattered by the question.
“Well, I’m flattered that you put me in such a category,” she said. “Obviously, the answer would be yes. Would anyone turn that down?”
“Look, we know there’s a whole host of people out there who are vying for that position,” she continued. “The only drawback would be that I would have to move to Washington, D.C.”
She also said her selection as Trump’s running mate would trigger liberals.
“By the way, just imagine the hysteria—Trump, Trump—two Trump’s running together,” she said. “Oh my god, the liberal heads across the country would simultaneously explode all at once. People would go bananas.”
As Trump continues to dominate the GOP primary field there is much speculation about who he will select as his running mate in the general election.
Several names have been suggested including ex-South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley who is surging in the GOP primary field and even threatening the former president’s lead in the crucial early primary state of New Hampshire.