– “He’s (Donald Trump) been interested in office for a long time. Way back in 1988 he let my boss, George H.W. Bush, know that he would be interested in being vice president. I’m glad he didn’t select Donald Trump and I’m glad he selected me.”
– “This (running for President) is not something that he’s (Trump) recently come up with. He’s been thinking of this for a long time. And I think Republicans and others got to realize that he is going to be there for a long time and he could possibly be the nominee. I don’t know.”
– On the GOP race: “The race has got to narrow. The sooner the better.”
About Vice President Dan Quayle
Vice President Dan Quayle was the 44th Vice President of the United States, serving during the term of President George H. W. Bush (1989–93). He was also a U.S. Representative (1977–81) and U.S. Senator (1981–89) from the state of Indiana.
Quayle was born in Indianapolis and spent most of his childhood living in Arizona. He practiced law in Huntington, Indiana, with his wife before his election to the United States House of Representatives in 1976, aged 29. In 1980 Quayle won election to the Senate. As vice president, Quayle made official visits to 47 countries and was appointed chairman of the National Space Council. In 1994 Quayle published his memoir entitled Standing Firm. Quayle currently is the chairman of global investments at Cerberus Capital Management. Vice President Quayle and his wife Marilyn reside in Paradise Valley, Arizona.
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