Trump on Pence as VP: ‘We Are the Law and Order Candidates’

NEW YORK CITY, New York — Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump officially announced Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate in a tweet on Friday, but the two appeared together for the first time in New York City on Saturday morning, where the billionaire touted the duo as the “law and order candidates.”

NEW YORK, NY - JULY 16: (L to R) Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump shakes hands with his newly selected vice presidential running mate Mike Pence, governor of Indiana, during an event at the Hilton Midtown Hotel, July 16, 2016 in New York City. On Friday, Trump announced on Twitter …

What Mike Pence Would Bring to a Trump-Pence Ticket

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence would bring constitutional fidelity, conservative credentials, traditional faith, foreign policy, Washington know-how, and a calm, steady, Midwestern demeanor to a national ticket with Donald Trump, boosting the New York businessman with several types of voters that may prove to be the key to building an electoral coalition that could propel Trump into the White House.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets Indiana Gov. Mike Pence at the Grand Park Events Center on July 12, 2016 in Westfield, Indiana. Trump is campaigning amid speculation he may select Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate. (Photo by

Report: Potential VP Mike Pence Travels to Meet Trump

Indiana’s Gov. Mike Pence is traveling to meet with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on Friday, according to MSNBC. NBC News is reporting Pence is “in play” as a possible choice for vice president, citing anonymous sources.

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - MARCH 31: Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks during a press conference March 31, 2015 at the Indiana State Library in Indianapolis, Indiana. Pence spoke about the state's controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act which has been condemned by business leaders and Democrats. (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

Mark Cuban ‘Wide Open’ to Being VP for Trump, Clinton

Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, the guest of this week’s “Capital Games” podcast by ESPN, said in an interview that he is “wide open” to discussing being the vice president for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, should they ask. Last week,