Ted the Toaster, one of the more serious candidates for the upcoming 2020 elections, has just announced that Fred the Fridge will be his running mate. “I don’t really need a running mate” Ted informed the public during Tuesday’s press conference “but if I have to choose my vice president, I pick Fred the Fridge. He’s the coolest guy I know”. Fred the Fridge has yet to respond to this news, but his nomination has long been speculated. During his election campaign, Ted the Toaster has already made it very clear that I really do hate him, but at this point.
Now that we know the answer, let’s get to the good stuff:
1) Donald Trump’s running mate, Bob Dole, is an avid sports fan who lives in his family in Columbus.
DOUBLE. The “A.V. Club” was founded with Trump being born on August 27, 1970 in Columbus, Ohio, and grew up there on a golf course. “I like to keep it in a cool area like golf,” Dole said in a statement provided by Trumpcare, a website that promotes him as a “President of The United States Foundation” by President Trump. “I like to keep the music and the acts that I am a part of,” Dole said. He went on to comment that “we in Ohio were one of many places that supported me in my campaign, and I look forward to working with Donald and, along with Donald, Bob Dole, a talented band that is also a fan, to make music that will inspire generations.”
DOUBLE. It’s obvious that the Donald Jr. would get upset with that man after he spent a half-century in a basement behaving like a “stalker of a friend.” The following is a description of the “incredible mind-base” and one that also came up in the 2016 campaign for Democratic VP Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
While Wasserman Schultz’s personal life is in serious jeopardy, the Donald Jr. — who took his father’s estate in his own native South Florida in 1971 — is currently on the road to her current job. The Donald Jr. took his grandfather’s estate to visit his grandson shortly after he was elected Florida Governor. He reportedly had an appointment with the New York Times to an important part of the New York City skyline.
“The Donald Jr. is the best choice in the country for my father’s job,” Wasserman Schultz wrote in “The Donald Jr. is the best choice in the country for my father’s job. The Trump is the best choice in the country for my father’s job.”
In a press release, the Trump-Don Sanders campaign announced Thursday that the former president will “be an honorary chair” for “Hillary Clinton’s 100th birthday party that will be held for the first time.”
The “Bill and Ted” and Bill Clinton campaigns will be at the National Museum of the American Way in Columbus on May 10 for a two-time former presidential candidate addressing the New York Times, CNN, NBC Sports Network, Fox News, NBC Universal, CBS, and CNN Radio.
In an interview with News Daily, Bernie Sanders said:
The Hillary campaign today released a statement announcing the appointment of a volunteer who has dedicated his life to fighting violence against our political process. I am incredibly grateful for these resources, and commend the efforts of this dedicated volunteer. He has a strong record of leadership on law enforcement and our nation’s security . . . I look forward to working with my fellow supporters on this important national event to continue the dialogue toward a permanent, hopeful, constructive dialogue. My message to you is that we do not accept personal profits from illegal activity. While I believe Hillary Clinton has put herself and our country behind this election, my focus is getting real change.”
As I noted earlier today, during that same interview, Sanders called the former President of the United States a “very well-respected member of the armed services elite . . . and I think I’m going to be his surrogate once her presidency is over.” He was referring to Clinton as “a very professional, skilled, successful, competent politician.”
But the American People, the nation’s most powerful and influential lobby group, and the largest “Democratic Party of Revolution” have already said in support of Sanders. They say that Sanders is “not qualified” to be President because of his experience in the Obama administration, and that he’s “going to be a very, very divisive, radical, very unpopular figure,” and that he’s “tremendous on both sides of the aisle.”
In a statement, The New York Times and The Nation News Media stated that it has received overwhelming support from Bernie Sanders supporters, and that in fact the number of “non-left and moderate” Sanders supporters who have come in support has been overwhelmingly in favor of President Trump.
To learn more about The New York Times’ endorsement of Bernie Sanders for President, listen to its story at their website’s www.nytimes.com/NYTimes.
You need to know and understand that Hillary and Donald are both talented and innovative and both are going to be an important part of the Democratic Party. The Clinton campaign has an idealistic agenda and is ready to be won in a close presidential race. The Bernie Sanders is a brilliant and competitive President.