Derek Jeter is not interested in being Donald Trump’s running mate, says it would be too much work.

By Extra Mustard
March 28, 2016

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Derek Jeter is retired from baseball, but could he be ready to return to public life in the political arena? No, not at all.

During the longtime Yankee’s recent trip to Cuba to take in a baseball game between the Rays and the Cuban national team along with President Obama, Jeter was asked if he would consider becoming Donald Trump’s choice for vice president, and the shortstop did not seem interested in the hassle. 

While Jeter did reside in a Trump Tower penthouse in Manhattan for several years during his time in New York, he has not endorsed the Republican front-runner’s campaign.

Brendan Maloy

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