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Pence defends Trump's attack style

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Reports swirled on Friday that Trump had last-minute doubts about selecting Pence.

Pence is scheduled to return to IN later Saturday for a 5 p.m. rally at the Indianapolis Executive Airport, 11329 E. State Road 32, Zionsville. "Indiana Governor Mike Pence was my first choice".

Or revert to Democratic policies that Pence argued have "weakened America's place in the world".

Pence says the larger issue is declining American power in the world.

"We can not have four more years of apologizing to our enemies and abandoning our friends", he said.

For his part, Trump said he and Pence are "different people" and that he will to be more aggressive on the campaign trail.

That's just one more sign that Clinton is ethically unfit for the presidency, Gingrich said.

"The wrong changes, warned Hillary Clinton; bad for the economy, she said, women, immigrants and literally the planet. The turnaround and the strength of IN has been incredible". Pence also endorsed Sen. At the time, Pence endorsed Ted Cruz, but he was visibly reluctant to throw his support behind Cruz.

Ali Pardo, RNC's Colorado Spokesowoman, shut down the notion that Trump and Pence have too many differences.

"The campaign welcomes the addition of Governor Pence and his team of advisers to the ticket".

Mr. Trump claimed the USA under his administration would get rid of ISIS, big league. A steady conservative with extensive governing experience, Pence may also serve to reassure Republicans who are skeptical about Trump's conservative bona fides. So Trump, again via Twitter, announced Pence as his pick at 11 a.m. We need strength. We need in our country law and order.

"I grew up with a front-row seat to the American dream", he said.

It took awhile for Donald Trump to introduce his running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.

Mr Trump formally introduced Mr Pence as his vice-presidential running mate in a joint conference on Saturday, describing the Indiana Governor as a job creator and budget balancer who will help unify the party. However, Trump chose to postpone his announcement, he stated it was out of respect for the victims of the terrorist attack in Nice, France.

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