Donald Trump Offered $200 Million in Donations — If He Picks Gingrich as Running Mate

Newt Gingrich may be odds-on favorite for Trump's VP slot, but that doesn't mean that Trump's campaign is willing to get in bed with the establishment to make it happen.

Donald Trump refused $200 million in donations to take Newt Gingrich as vice president, insiders told Infowars.

The mainstream media reported that casino magnate Sheldon Adelson was willing to contribute $100 million to Trump’s campaign, but what wasn’t reported was the extra $100 million the establishment offered Trump in exchange for picking Gingrich, one of the first D.C. insiders to try and cozy up to the mogul.

When Trump declined the offer, however, Gingrich started lashing out at him publicly, including his recent claim that Trump made “one of his worst mistakes” for pointing out the federal judge handling the Trump University lawsuit has ties to the controversial La Raza Hispanic nationalist organization.

“I don't know what Trump's reasoning was, and I don't care,” Gingrich told the Washington Post.

Many questioned Gingrich's uncharacteristically harsh tone after he made the comments, and now we may know why. He may have just lost his chance to become the next Vice President of the United States.

Source: Info Wars



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