Donald Trump Should Pick Jim Webb As Vice President

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If Donald Trump wants to win Virginia and peel the maximum number of votes away from Hillary Clinton, he ought to pick former Virginia senator and military veteran Jim Webb as his vice presidential pick.

Webb, who is an accomplished writer, entrepreneur, foreign policy expert and democrat, would add tons of gravitas to Trump’s presidential bid and would further the notion that Donald’s campaign is less about party and more about America.

Virginia is a key battleground state and Webb is still extremely popular there. He is also at odds with his own party on many many issues. This makes Webb a real maverick and a perfect running mate for Donald Trump.

Finally, Webb is respected by both sides of the aisle and nobody questions his ability to assume the responsibilities of the presidency if something were to happen to Donald Trump.

Team Trump needs to seriously consider Jim Webb for vice president.

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3 thoughts on “Donald Trump Should Pick Jim Webb As Vice President

    1. WITH A IQ IN EXCESS OF 156 PLACING HIM ABOVE 99.9% OF THE WORLD, I BELIEVE TRUMP HAS THE BRAINS TO PICK THE BEST MAN FOR THE VP OFFICE, I DO NOT KNOW OF ANYONE SMART ENOUGHT TO JUDGE HIM.

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  1. Interesting idea – Webb is a patriot, a nationalist and populist.

    However, he’s a lifelong Democrat. That he didn’t change after Clinton and Obama speaks ill of his ability to discern between good and evil.

    It’s looking more and more like Sessions.

    Duncan Hunter in California would be a possible – but he has a little problem with a campaign funds investigation.

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