Donald Trump, the New York billionaire who’s leading the Republican pack by a wide margin in the presidential primary races has not indicated whom he might choose as his number two, if he wins the day.
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That’s no surprise, given the number of potential candidates he insulted or alienated with his toxic tongue and accusations. From saying John McCain was not a war hero because he was “captured,” to hammering Ted Cruz because “everyone hates him,” it will be hard to find someone who hasn’t been bruised and bullied by Trump.
But Trump is quick to forgive and forget his own bad behavior. The question is will any of these possible candidates be as magnanimous?