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Report Claiming to Know Trump's Desired Cabinet and Melania's VP Pick Has Dems in Meltdown Mode

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The internet is on fire and the left is melting down after a new report cites anonymous sources and claims to know which “loyalty first” supporters former President Donald Trump could tap to fill out his cabinet if to win the White House in 2024.

A name purportedly Melania's choice for Trump's VP is making liberal heads crack and conservative voters cringe.

“Here's an interesting twist: Melania Trump is an advocate for electing Fox News star Tucker Carlson.” axes reports “She believes Carlson would make a powerful extension of her husband's stage presence, a source close to Trump told us. The former first lady has made few appearances on the campaign trail this time around, but a Trump-Carlson ticket could cheer – her to follow the path”.

“Former President Trump, if elected, would build a cabinet and White House staff based primarily on two imperatives: a vetted loyalty to him and a commitment to stretching the limits of law and government, sources tell Axios who speak frequently with the leading GOP presidential candidate.” the outlet claims.

“Trump would fill the most powerful government jobs with men like Stephen Miller, Sen. JD Vance of Ohio and Kash Patel, with the possible return of Steve Bannon,” Axios warns ominously. “If Trump were to win in 2024, he would turn to loyalists who share his zeal to punish critics, purge unbelievers and take controversial legal and military action, sources tell us.”

“It's unclear who would land where, but make no mistake: These are specific prototypes of the Trump Republicans who would run his government,” the outlet reports. “This is very different from the early days of his first term, when he was restrained by more mainstream officials, from John Kelly to James Mattis to Gary Cohn.

“This time, everything would be loyal, no strings attached.”

“You're telling me that the person campaigning for president wants to put… people who supported him… into office?” an X user gasped in mock surprise. “This has never been seen in the history of democracy.”

On the subject of a running mate, Axios reports:

Those to be considered include JD Vance, author of “Hillbilly Elegy” and MAGA favorite; Arkansas Governor Sarah Huckabee Sanders; Kari Lake, a leading voter denialist now running for the US Senate in Arizona, and South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem. (Vance might prefer to remain in the Senate as “Trump's hammer,” we're told.)

Rep. Byron Donalds (R-Fla.), one of the few black Republicans in Congress, has traveled with Trump on the campaign trail and would like to serve as vice chairman for Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, who lost her House committee duties because he pushed a baseless conspiracy. theories, is also mentioned.

To be considered for the job, the company says, potential candidates must “prove” that they “believe the 2020 election was stolen and that former Vice President Mike Pence was removed by allowing his certification.”

“The idea of ​​Tucker Carlson has been dismissed by many people close to Trump because they assume he would never pick someone who could outshine him,” notes Axios. “And Trump's staff is convinced (correctly) that Carlson can't be controlled. But the two men talk a lot.”

“Others likely to wield power in a second Trump term share much in common with Carlson,” according to Axios' ghostly sources. “They are full, proud, anti-GOP establishment MAGA warriors eager and eager to test the limits of executive power to get Trump's way.”

“You mean he would do what Biden has done?” exclaimed one user to X. “Oh humanity.”

Stephen Miller — “the architect of Trump's most controversial first-term immigration plans” — could be named attorney general, according to Axios.

And if Tucker Carlson gets his supposed way, Steve Bannon could be named White House chief of staff.

It's too much for Rep. Jerry Nadler (DN.Y.), who for years knowingly shoved Russia's deception down the throats of those Americans who bothered to listen, to ponder.

“This is what is at stake in 2024 and is behind everything the MAGA GOP extreme is doing,” he wrote in a pornographic fury. “Don't lose the plot in its chaos or we will lose our democracy.”

Meanwhile, many thoughtful individuals slammed Axios' unsubstantiated reporting as a “hit piece.”

“We need some transparency in 'journalism,'” said one user. “Who sponsored these articles? Who is paying Axios to do political hits?”

Others pointed to Democratic appointments and wondered what about “loyalty.”

“Is loyalty a bad thing? Should I choose based on race?” asked one user with a laughing emoji. “This is working great right now.”


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