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Old Yesterday, 02:39 PM
 
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You probably thought it was too early to start speculating about the 2024 presidential race, didn't you?

Bwahahaha!
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Haley-Pence rivalry heats up as GOP weighs post-Trump future

At a time when Republicans are starting to contemplate what their party will look like after Donald Trump leaves office, a rivalry has developed between the two politicians who cut markedly different profiles — and signs of strain are bubbling to the surface.

Pence and Haley aren't openly sniping: Publicly, both sides maintain there's nothing but mutual respect between them. But interviews with nearly two dozen top Republicans revealed that the opposing camps are closely tracking each other's moves, and remain deeply suspicious of one another.
Vice President Mike Pence and former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley are clearly the very early front-runners for leadership of the Republican party post-Trump. In fact, it is hard to see who among the Democrats could contend with a Pence/Haley ticket.

In fact, the pot-stirers have been trying to get a rumor going that Trump is interested in the possibility of replacing Pence with Haley as his VP candidate in 2020. But this is just more 'Fake news'.

Anyway, these two appear to be the future of the Republican party, after Trump. Of course there will be others who make a move, including probably Mick Mulvaney and Mike Pompeo. In fact, between these four, I like Pompeo.

Stay tuned....

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Old Yesterday, 02:42 PM
 
Location: Greenville SC 'Waterfall City'
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I don't think Haley's a frontrunner. She's a Bush kind of Republican.
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Old Yesterday, 03:05 PM
 
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I don't think Haley's a frontrunner. She's a Bush kind of Republican.

That seems right. Old school. Boring.


If there was a God, I'd give John Bolton the job. Imagine the uproar.
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Old Yesterday, 03:08 PM
 
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You probably thought it was too early to start speculating about the 2024 presidential race, didn't you?

Bwahahaha!
Vice President Mike Pence and former United Nations ambassador Nikki Haley are clearly the very early front-runners for leadership of the Republican party post-Trump. In fact, it is hard to see who among the Democrats could contend with a Pence/Haley ticket.

In fact, the pot-stirers have been trying to get a rumor going that Trump is interested in the possibility of replacing Pence with Haley as his VP candidate in 2020. But this is just more 'Fake news'.

Anyway, these two appear to be the future of the Republican party, after Trump. Of course there will be others who make a move, including probably Mick Mulvaney and Mike Pompeo. In fact, between these four, I like Pompeo.

Stay tuned....
Pence is destined to end his career as a Vice-President... 2024 is all Haley's if she wants it!
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Old Yesterday, 03:15 PM
 
Location: NE Mississippi
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Pence is destined to end his career as a Vice-President... 2024 is all Haley's if she wants it!
That's pretty much the way I see it.
I think Pence is done after 2024.
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Old Yesterday, 03:16 PM
 
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That's pretty much the way I see it.
I think Pence is done after 2024.

I agree. Just another white hair guy who can read a script. No there there.
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Old Yesterday, 03:23 PM
 
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What do you guys think about current Secretary of State and former CIA Director Mike Pompeo?
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Old Yesterday, 03:24 PM
 
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That's pretty much the way I see it.
I think Pence is done after 2024.
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I agree. Just another white hair guy who can read a script. No there there.
Not to mention, it will be lit watching that "special place in hell" fill up as Democrats attack a woman!!!
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Old Yesterday, 03:31 PM
 
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What do you guys think about current Secretary of State and former CIA Director Mike Pompeo?

I think he looks too much like Alex Jones.
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Old Yesterday, 03:33 PM
 
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I don't think Haley's a frontrunner. She's a Bush kind of Republican.
I agree. She's somewhat attractive, but more an Establishment Republican type. No thanks. Kimberly Guilfoyle would get my vote.
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