VP Surprise Explodes After Who Trump Just Arrived With At Mar-A-Lago

Former President Donald Trump commands the full focus of all individuals anytime he enters a room.

However, it was remarkable to everyone when he introduced a promising political figure: Vivek Ramaswamy.

The 2024 presidential contender, who withdrew from the race but subsequently pledged support for Trump, was present at Mar-a-Lago recently. 

Ramaswamy was at a Trumpette event, which was held on Saturday evening. He was accompanied by his spouse, Apoorva. Former First Lady Melania Trump was also there.

As Trump’s group entered Mar-a-Lago, they were welcomed with enthusiastic screams and exuberant music.

Benny Johnson, a political reporter, commented on the video footage showing “Donald Trump enters Mar-a-Lago with Vivek Ramaswamy.”

“That’s the ticket!!!” Baroness von M responded.

“I wonder if vivek will be vice president? I have never been so impatient in my life to know who the vp pick is. Waiting sucks,” expressed Sassafrass84.

An account called Elitist Tears remarked:

“Seems like VP will most likely be Vivek. Trump has mentioned several times what is obviously one of the biggest factors in choosing a VP, and that is who can take the torch in 2028. I can see it.”

“VP energy?” News Nomad commented.

“I hope this is the ticket: Trump/Vivek,” expressed X user Steven Hasty.

Vivek was additionally called to the platform to deliver a speech.

Laura Loomer, a conservative journalist, offered more commentary on the event.

“At the “Golden Evening for a Golden President” event at Mar a Lago tonight, @VivekGRamaswamy was introduced by President Trump when Trump realized he was at the event. They go well together. Electric energy when Trump and Vivek are together. I’m a big fan of this duo,” she expressed on Elon Musk’s platform.

“Is driving me crazy, who is Trump going to pick to be his VP?” X user Molly Pitcher responded.

While some did question whether Ramaswamy would be the right pick for VP, the overall consensus was that he would be a good fit for the ticket.

Democrats are working overtime to keep Trump off of state ballots in the 2024 presidential election.

In the meantime, his allies in the U.S. House are working to stop the left’s plans.

Republican Representative Matt Gaetz is urging his colleagues in Congress to support a resolution affirming that Donald Trump had no involvement in the rebellion that took place on January 6 during the breach of the Capitol. This resolution, if passed, could essentially absolve him from any wrongdoing as recorded in the official Congressional records.

The resolution’s copy indicates that it is currently enjoying the backing of 27 initial co-sponsors. Attempts are currently being made to secure further support from Republican seats in the House.

The letter emphasized the stance of the House of Representatives that Trump, who was president at the time, “did not engage in insurrection or rebellion against the United States, or give aid or comfort to the enemies thereof.” The Daily Mail was solely responsible for obtaining the resolution.

An email transmitted by Gaetz’s team to various GOP representatives stated, “You are receiving this email because your boss endorsed President Trump, and we would love to have your support as an original cosponsor before we send the resolution and the list of sponsors to the former President.”

“This resolution is a no-brainer – controversial only to the most extreme of the far-left – and a statement of fact that every single Republican can be expected to support,” the statement further asserted.

“If the left has the courage to interfere in our elections and weaponize the judicial system against our brethren, we must have the courage to express what is self-evident.”

From the Daily Mail

Some signified they would not sign on to the effort.

“Yeah, we’re definitely not signing that,” revealed a senior staff member from a GOP office who got the email, as reported by DailyMail.

There is ample evidence to support the fact that Gaetz has consistently and strongly advocated for Trump. Gaetz has consistently advocated for and supported Trump’s ideas and actions, both during his tenure as president and in the post-presidential period.

Gaetz’s unwavering allegiance to Trump is apparent in his explicit declarations, online presence, and active participation in Trump’s rallies. As a result of this connection, Gaetz has emerged as a key figure within the faction of the Republican Party that is affiliated with Trump.

According to The Daily Mail: 

The original co-sponsors of the legislation are largely from the right wing of the Republican conference, from Reps. Marjorie Taylor Greene, Ga., and Andy Biggs, Ariz., to Kelly Armstrong, who is now running for North Dakota governor, and Gary Palmer, Ala., the House Republican’s policy chair.

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