When Senator Jeff Session (R-Ala.) endorsed Donald Trump back in February, it was a shocker to many people – especially Ted Cruz, who had considered Sessions an ally. Now, Sessions is considered as one of Trump’s top choices for Vice President. But does he want to be Donald’s right-hand man?
Sessions says he’s willing to be Trump’s running mate, but he’s doubtful it will happen.
“If I could help him in some way — and he were to ask me — I would consider it like any other citizen should,” the Alabama Senator said in an exclusive to The Dailly Caller.
“But I don’t expect that to happen,” he said. “And I’ve certainly had no discussions with him about it. I don’t think that’s going to happen. And I think he can get a better candidate.”
Sessions also said that the media got it wrong when reporting that he didn’t want to be a part of Trump’s team.
“I did get quoted one time sort of saying I would reject an opportunity to serve in a Trump administration, which is totally false,” he said.
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