CNN’s newest political contributor appeared on “Out Front” Thursday night and suggested that, when he left the campaign at least, the shortlist for Donald Trump’s vice president had been narrowed to four or so “household names.”

Trump had given a pretty good clue as to his picks at a rally in Tampa, where he called out the names of three possible choices: former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, Senator Jeff Sessions, and former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice. Rice was the crowd favorite, but her chief of staff poured cold water on the idea, saying she planned to stay at Stanford.

Lewandowski told Erin Burnett that these picks are most definitely interested.

Only household names, huh? That pretty much rules out that person we’ve never heard of. So place your bets now: who are the four on the list?

Kool-Aid Man? No way. Trump’s trying to build the wall, not knock it down.

That’s two votes for Mr. Clean, who could possibly help secure the support of the “ambiguously gay” demographic. Any real people on this list?