When asked by a dingy Fox & Friends host responding to the insanely unserious comment from a Tennessee Senator: Bob Corker, Donald Trump's son, Eric, went reality TV. He provided a response that while some will call joking, also provides a psychic inner core that does not befit nor match the seriousness presidential elections.
Corker sommented a coupe of days back that Trump's daighter Ivnaka coud be his vie preseidnal candidae.
“Fox & Friends,” with the nation's absolute most intellectually deficient morning show host, host Steve Doocy, “She’s got the beautiful looks, right? She’s got — she’s smart, she’s smart, smart, smart. … She’s certainly got my vote.”Ivanka as VP?
The fact that Trump (the younger) joins Fox News jesting about the Us Presidency, I think it notable a US Senator enticed the insanity.
While I am not one to partake in conspiracy theories and witch hunts, I am coy enough of Trump to wonder if he didn't deliver the message via the opportunist corker. Let's face the fact many decisions in Washington DC are accompanied by floating consideration to gauge public's sentiment.
Would the prospect of Trump floating the Ivanka thought via Corker? Think again; he asserted this week that Saddam was good for getting rid of terrorists (thus a good leader). He also asserted Hillary Clinton bribed Atty. General Lynch regarding the closing FBI email investigation.
Don't underestimate the thought process and power of one Donald Trump Also, don't under estiamte the power inherent in billionaire status and the prospect of buying what one needs to "get over." Especially if swaths of the pubic are inclined towards reality TV .worship. From another perspective, would the prospect a payday enticement of a US Senator and subsequent compliance be a surprise?