Media Frenzy: Pence visits Fort Wayne one day after Trump rally

FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – After the Donald Trump rally in Westfield, the big question still remains.

Who will Trump pick as his running mate?

“I don’t know whether he’s going to be your governor or your vice president. Who the hell knows,” Trump said.

Still, Governor Mike Pence and Trump were pretty close.

Their visit continued into today, as the Trump family was seen leaving the Pence mansion.

“Great to have them in Indiana and great to have a chance to break bread. Nothing was offered. Nothing was accepted. But we had a great conversation about the country, the challenges facing America and my firm belief that Donald Trump is going to provide the kind of leadership that America needs,” Pence said.

We asked some people if they agree and what they would think of a Trump Pence Duo.

Opinions are mixed.

“They’d be a force, you know. Trumps already a loud mouth. Maybe Mike Pence will just kind of make sure everything, his checks and balances, are there,” Gerald Brown said.

“I’m not sure. I know he’s battling with Gregg. They’re really throwing the mud but I’d like to hear something other than the mudslinging,” Dan Hart said.

“I think there’s enough people who don’t like Trump that he won’t be elected in 2016 but you never know,” Jorge Fernandez said.

Pence says regardless of what happens, he’s a fan of Trump and his family

“These are good people. These are people who have the best interest of America at heart,” Pence said.

And if he’s the VP pick or not, he says the chance is a positive reflection on Indiana.

“Whatever decision is arrived at we’ll consider this to be a great honor and mostly a tribute to the people of Indiana,” he said.




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