Bobby Jindal Suggests A ‘Winning’ Running Mate For Trump: Charlie Sheen

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and actor Charlie Sheen have something in common — they have both enjoyed using the term “winning,” as GOP rival and Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal highlighted in a video posted online Wednesday.

The video showed clips of Sheen, from his infamous interview with ABC News in which he claimed to be “bi-winning,” juxtaposed with snippets of Trump in which he said that he was “winning” in the polls and “winning everywhere.”

Trump reiterated that he would “win” as President on Wednesday at a rally to protest President Obama’s nuclear deal with Iran.

“We will have so much winning when I get elected that you will get bored with winning,” Trump said at the event. That clip, however, did not make Jindal’s reel.

Jindal ended the video with a message that read: “It’s time to get serious.”

Watch the video:

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