Presumptive GOP nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpPaul Ryan pans Trump's deportation plan Reports: Trump running mate revealed Friday Ryan scolds Ginsburg over Trump criticism MORE said Tuesday he has a "pretty good" idea of who he will choose as his running mate. "I don't know if it's training or something else, but we're going to change things".
Trump started his speech with saying he thought Pence was doing a good job as governor, and thanking IN for being the primary election making Trump the presumptive nominee.
From downtown Indy, both Trump and Pence headed to a public rally in Westfield. Briefly echoing FBI Director James Comey's critical comments regarding the investigation into her email, Pence said, "It would be "extremely careless" to elect Hillary as the next president of the United States". "That would be announced either at the fundraiser or out at Westfield, so I was wrong", he said Tuesday.
Late in the rally, he again spoke about Pence, playfully saying, "I don't know if he's going to be your governor" or join the Trump ticket. The people close to him on the campaign trail believe it will be one of three on Trump's shortlist.
Much of the debate about security in the presidential campaign has been about threats overseas.
It's where Trump could name Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.
"He has heard the voice of America", Pence said of Trump. If Pence does drop out of the governor's race, the Indiana Republican Party will have 30 days to replace him on the ballot.
Trump also briefly addressed the deaths of two black men in Louisiana and Minnesota who were killed by police officers last week.
Many in the crowd said they were hopeful Pence would be chosen by Trump.
Along with Gingrich, a boisterous rabble-rouser who has spent decades in Washington, the finalists include Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, a steady, staunch conservative who would help to calm nervous Republicans wary of Trump's style, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a one-time rival who has become one of Trump's most trusted advisers. Sure, next week's Republican National Convention is looming, but Pence, who's in a tough reelection fight, must determine by midday Friday whether he's going to continue his gubernatorial campaign.
The Indiana Democratic Party, which organized the protest, called Pence's support of Trump a "desperate attempt to save his own career".
Michael Richard Pence was born in Columbus, Ind., on June 7, 1959, one of six children.