Ali Pardo, RNC's Colorado Spokesowoman, shut down the notion that Trump and Pence have too many differences.
Meanwhile, Trump's primary opponent, Senator Ted Cruz, has yet to officially endorse Trump.
In a rambling 29-minute speech that often deviated from prepared remarks, Trump spoke at length about Democratic rival Hillary Clinton and his own proposals before interrupting himself by saying, "Back to Mike Pence" and offering his motivation for the selection. "This campaign and Donald Trump's candidacy has been about the issues the American people care about".
"I have a great deal of respect for John McCain", he began, before Ms Stahl interrupted to query if he thought Mr Trump went "too far" in his view.
"I think [Pence] solidified the ticket", her husband, Larry, then added.
Trump made a good choice in Pence for vice president, according to Sumner. She said that impressed Trump.
Labrador had previously called on Trump to name Texas Sen.
"The American people are exhausted", Pence said in remarks that included numerous same talking points that until recently he was using in his bid for re-election.
Whatley is also saddened knowing IN will lose a governor he agrees with on so many levels.
Trump returned for a round of photos with the Trump and Pence families. Trump's is not the first logo to become an online punchline. "I don't ever get into anything that I don't want to win", Christie said.
"Pence knows his way around D.C. from being in the Senate, and he has credentials as governor", he said.
Josh Pitcock, Pence's federal lobbyist and a former congressional staffer for Pence, will write policy for the Pence VP campaign.
Pence thanked several people before heading on home for pizza night, including his wife; Karen, their children, Charlotte, Michael and Audrey; his mom; and extended family. He also is on record as opposing Trump's proposal for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the USA - an idea Pence rightly called "offensive and unconstitutional".
"Call to ban Muslims from entering the USA are offensive and unconstitutional", Pence tweeted on December 8, 2015. Pence acknowledged that the two had very different styles, but he said their visions are the same and that he wouldn't hesitate to share his opinions with Trump.
The proposed ban is an example of where Trump differs from his pick for vice-president.