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    It’s Twitter Official! Trump Taps Mike Pence as His Running Mate

    It’s Twitter Official! Trump Taps Mike Pence as His Running Mate

    It’s on Twitter so it must be true.

    It’s on Twitter so it must be true. Using his Twitter account, Trump confirmed his selection of Pence as his Vice Presidential candidate Friday morning:

    Thursday, rumors that Governor Pence had won the veepstakes were confirmed by various staffers and even RNC folks with the official announcement expected at 11:00 Friday morning. Following the terrorist attack in Nice, France, Trump pushed back his announcement 24-hours, leaving room for speculation that Pence might not be the final choice.

    A press conference will be held tomorrow morning at 11:00 AM. Or at least that’s what they’re saying now.

    We want to hear from you. What do you think of a Trump-Pence ticket? Vote here!

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    buckeyeminuteman | July 15, 2016 at 1:52 pm

    Pence half-assedly endorsed Cruz before the Indiana primary so I guess it’s appropriate he joins Trump who only half-assedly wants to be President.

    gulfbreeze | July 15, 2016 at 2:28 pm

    “What do you think of a Trump-Pence ticket?”

    I think Pence will bring the Koch brothers’ money into this election. And that may be the most important thing he brings to the ticket.

      Ragspierre in reply to gulfbreeze. | July 15, 2016 at 11:02 pm

      WTF would Pence overcome the Collectivism of Der Donald to get ANY Koch money?

        gulfbreeze in reply to Ragspierre. | July 19, 2016 at 10:59 am

        When I speak of “Koch brothers’ money”, like many in the media I’m speaking of the Koch brothers’ networks of donors, which to date have refused Trump access or audience.

        Alternatively, there are already news reports of Pence being invited to speak at a Koch donor network event at the end of July/early August in Colorado. The Koch brothers themselves may still limit their personal support to GOP Senate candidates, but I’m inclined to believe some network donors (some who have supported Pence in previous elections) will finance him in 2016.

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