Trump Chooses Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as Running Mate

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Presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence for his vice presidential running mate. Trump ended weeks of speculation when he tweeted his selection early Friday morning. We'll talk with political analysts about what the selection of Pence, a 57-year-old social conservative, means for the presidential race.


Bruce Cain, professor of political science, Stanford University

Katie Zezima, political reporter, The Washington Post