Trump’s Potential VP Picks

Here is a guide to presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump’s potential running mates in the 2016 presidential election
  1. Chris Christie (Governor, New Jersey)
    Christie would be an invaluable echo in the administration
  2. Newt Gingrich (Former Speaker of the House, Georgia)
    Selecting Gingrich would allow the Trump campaign to match Clinton by offering its own unpleasant reminder of the 1990s.
  3. John Kasich (Governor, Ohio)
    Kasich would lend a measure of experience and pragmatism to a campaign whose success relies on having neither of those things.
  4. Ben Carson (Retired Neurosurgeon)
    The former presidential candidate is likely to wander onto the RNC stage regardless of whether or not he earns the vice presidential nomination.
  5. Marco Rubio (Senator, Florida)
    Rubio could be exactly what Trump needs to appeal to defeated, self-loathing Hispanic voters who are now just a shell of the person they once were.
  6. Mary Fallin (Governor, Oklahoma)
    Having a woman on his ticket could be the key to making Trump’s campaign even more confusing.
  7. Bob Corker (Senator, Tennessee)
    The respected senator would pacify those concerned about Trump’s foreign policy credentials by providing a more realistic, down-to-earth plan to blow the Middle East into oblivion.
  8. Brian Sandoval (Governor, Nevada)
    The Nevada moderate could help tone down Trump’s message from demagogic to simply inflammatory.
  9. Mike Pence (Governor, Indiana)
    Pence could bolster the ticket as a serious, seasoned GOP leader who only thinks the things that Trump says.
  10. Jeff Sessions (Senator, Alabama)
    Although Sessions has valuable and appealing experience from his time in the Senate, Trump admits even he was frightened by how quickly Sessions endorsed him for president.