Melania Trump Advocates for Tucker Carlson as Potential Vice-President in Trump’s Election Bid

 Melania Trump Advocates for Tucker Carlson as Potential Vice-President in Trump’s Election Bid


Melania Trump is reportedly advocating for Tucker Carlson, a well-known conservative media figure, to be chosen as Donald Trump’s vice-presidential candidate in the upcoming presidential election. This development aligns with Carlson’s recent launch of his subscription-based online platform.

Carlson, aged 54, has introduced his service priced at $72 annually, following his departure from Fox News. He has since been conducting live interviews on Twitter, including conversations with Donald Trump and Vivek Ramaswamy, both Republican presidential hopefuls.

The launch of his new website features interviews with Trump, Ramaswamy, and Javier Milei, the recently elected president of Argentina. Carlson’s potential candidacy as vice president alongside Trump has gained traction, especially with Melania Trump’s reported preference for him as a running mate.

According to Axios, Melania Trump’s support for a Trump-Carlson ticket is strong, and she might be more inclined to participate in campaign events if Carlson were chosen. Sources close to the former president suggested that Melania views Carlson as a dynamic for her husband on stage.

Amidst speculation about her drifting away from Donald Trump and rumors of a possible divorce, Melania has allegedly been reconsidering their prenuptial agreement since September.

Carlson, a prominent media personality, has faced criticism for hosting controversial figures and endorsing conspiracy theories, including likening vaccine mandates to “Nazi experiments.” His career has spanned CNN, PBS, MSNBC, and Fox News. He claims his Fox News exit in April was due to a defamation settlement involving the network and Dominion Voting Systems, which Fox News denies.

On his new platform, the Tucker Carlson Network, he plans to offer various content, including shows, speeches, and films. His initial offerings will feature interviews with notable figures like entrepreneur and presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy, pop star Kid Rock, Republican representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, and alt-right radio host Alex Jones, according to The New York Times.

While Donald Trump has not confirmed considering Carlson as his running mate, he expressed admiration for Carlson in a recent interview, highlighting his common sense. Other potential vice-presidential candidates for Trump include Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Kristi Noem, governors of Arkansas and South Dakota, respectively.

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