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Predictions on Trump’s First Political Picks: Alina Habba for Attorney General, Judge Aileen Cannon for Supreme Court, and Kari Lake for VP

By: Donald V. Watkins

Copyrighted and Published on January 24, 2024

Democrats have done nothing to derail Donald Trump from winning the 2024 presidential election.  They are foolishly banking on Joe Biden’s ability to stop Donald Trump.


This "hoped for" outcome is an exercise in fantasy.


After Trump wins the election November, I predict he will appoint Alina Habba as his Attorney General.  Trump knows exactly what he is getting with Alina Habba – someone who will do what she is told to do, without questions and without exercising any independent legal judgment.

IMAGE: Trump lawyer Alina Habba.

Trump will also name Miami U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon to the next vacancy on the U.S. Supreme Court.  Judge Cannon has proven her loyalty to Trump in his Miami federal criminal case.

IMAGE: U.S. District Court Judge Aileen Cannon, Miami.

Judicial skills, integrity, and competency are no longer requirements to serve as a justice on the Supreme Court. Clarence Thomas is a classic example of this truism.


After Trump locks up the GOP nomination for president, I predict he will pick Arizonian Kari Lake for his VP running mate at the Republican Party Convention in July. She is the feisty kind of ass-kicker Trump likes. Plus, Kari Lake is not scared of anybody.

IMAGE: Kari Lake.

These three appointments will set the tone for the Trump presidency in January 2025 – “No Mercy.”


I do not expect to see anybody who ran against Trump serving in his Cabinet, no matter how much ass-kissing they do.  Trump is not a forgiving man.  Mitch Romney can explain this truism to you.


As for the prosecutors who indicted Trump in New York, Washington, Miami, and Georgia, they are all screwed.  Alina Habba’s Department of Justice will get them all.


Most Americans simply do not realize how political the Department of Justice is and always has been.  The Department fabricates criminal cases against political enemies with impunity and regularly "fixes" criminal cases for political friends.

Hunter Biden can tell you how this truism works. He's been on both ends of this spectrum.

What is more, Trump posted this direct warning in all caps on his Truth Social page in August 2023: “If you go after me, I’m coming after you!”  


If I have to explain Trump’s warning to you at this juncture, you are already lost in the fog of political warfare.

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25 gen

A very interesting perspective on a Trump second term would look like. I predict he will eliminate the electoral college and end voting as we know it.

It saddens me to see an individual brought up on 91 felony counts; and seldom any discussion about penalties he must pay for crimes committed. In most instances where scandals destin to destroy any chance of success, Trump's momentum tends to acelerate.

Current polls shows Trump with a commanding lead over his opponents toward becoming the Republican nominee for President. He hasn't so far engaged in a debate with any of his Republican opponents. He's not affected by his misconduct toward judges even less respect for others he has harmed.

Life and justice…

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Kamar Jones
Kamar Jones
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I believe he may select Tim Scott for VP.

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I absolutely agree, Tim Scott is definitely committed to Donald Trump's candidacy. After all he indorsed Trump immediately the day canceled his bid for President. another indication, since day one, he has proposed to the love of his life so he won't be at odd with tradition of not having a spouse while serving in the office of President.

Although, his bid for President revealed weak results which forced him to step down, I definite believe Scott created a "plan b" so if Trump should win in Fall he'll get to serve as Vice President.

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Donald V. Watkins
Donald V. Watkins
25 gen

I have not been wrong about any of my predictions regarding Donald Trump since I first predicted in August of 2015 that he would win the American presidency in 2016. My predictions have always been based on facts, not emotions.

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