Former President Donald Trump dropped a number of bombshells during an interview posted online Wednesday, including an update regarding whether he is considering his former UN ambassador and current GOP primary challenger, Nikki Haley, to be his running mate.
In the interview with Just the News, Trump made it clear that Haley “is not on his vice presidential list because there isn’t one right now,” while adding some new details regarding what will become his foreign policy objectives.
The outlet added that Trump will penalize federal agencies with reduced funding if they tolerate anti-Semitism within their workforces, as well as non-profits receiving federal funds if they threaten Jews in any way.
Just the News added: He made clear securing the U.S. southern border is a top priority as is cutting off the sources of income from oil sales and reclaiming the unfrozen funds that he says has revived Iran’s terrorism activities across the globe on Joe Biden’s watch. Those activities include recent rocket and drone attacks from proxy groups targeting U.S. troops. The United States said Tuesday that it had shot down 12 attack drones and five missiles launched by the Iran-backed Houthis.