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Watch: Trump Names VP Contenders, Bashes Biden Border Collapse, Entertains Rally in Bronx


Former President Donald Trump joined Fox Business' Maria Bartiromo's Sunday Morning Futures program over the weekend for a wide-ranging interview discussing his potential choices for vice presidential running mate, his predictions for the Republican National Committee and his plans for the largest mass-scale deportation of all time.

The current GOP frontrunner hinted there "will probably be some changes coming," when asked his thoughts on RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel.

Admitting he won't announce a VP pick "for a while," the former president named Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.) and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) as potential running mates, going on to refute rumors his campaign once considered Democrat candidate Robert F. Kennedy for the position.

On the invasion unfolding at America's southern border, the 45th president reiterated his commitment to deporting "a lot of them" following remarks he plans to implement the "Largest Domestic Deportation Operation in History" once re-elected.

"It's not sustainable," Trump said, adding that 28,000 people from China have illegally entered the US over the past few months.

"28,000," Trump said, going on to ask "What's [Joe Biden] doing? Building an army?"

Trump also addressed efforts to flip blue states red, saying he's open to the idea of holding a rally at Madison Square Garden arena and possibly in the South Bronx borough of New York City, where black voters have said they would like to see him speak.

Trump also covered Biden's 2023 Chinese spy balloon controversy, saying the fake news media tried to claim a balloon flew over the US during his presidency only to find out that was false.