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RUSH: Here’s Randy, Salem, Oregon, back to Open Line Friday we go. How you doing, Randy?
CALLER: Good. Honoring to speak with you, Rush. I think that Trump should consider placing Pence on the ticket next year. My reasons behind saying that are that I think that Pence is low energy, I don’t think that he brings much to the party demographically, and I certainly don’t think he has the charisma to carry the party on his shoulders in 2024. Some fire-in-the-belly people that I would like to see him consider would be somebody like Ted Cruz, maybe a Judge Jeanine, or really blow the Democrats minds and put somebody like Donald Jr. on the ticket in 2020.
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RUSH: Uh, well, why not Judge Napolitano?
CALLER: I… Uhhh… I don’t know how he thinks.
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RUSH: You know how Judge Nap thinks?
CALLER: Eh, I’ve heard him. He seems sometimes like he’s wandering.
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RUSH: I’ve heard a lot of names. I’ve not her Judge Jeanine.
CALLER: She has the fire.
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RUSH: Yeah, but it’s more than that. Trump is gonna carry the ticket. Trump’s gonna be the demographic and the energetic engine. Pence’s role here… Like so much of the Trump presidency, Trump campaign, it throws out these formulas where you pick a vice president from a state that you don’t think the nominee can win. You pick a vice president because maybe it can get some demographic. That’s not why Pence is there. Pence is there to provide an ideological grounding. He’s a prime adviser to Donald Trump.
He is in the Oval Office. He’s in the West Wing every day. He doesn’t seek the limelight. He’s not trying to be seen as any kind of equal player. But his role is deeply and profoundly important, and Trump respects the heck out of him. Now, I have no idea...
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