I am pleased to announce that I have chosen Governor Mike Pence as my Vice Presidential running mate. News conference tomorrow at 11:00 A.M.
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 15, 2016
(Alexander Burns & Maggie Haberman, The New York Times) – After hearing numerous convictions of prospective VP running mates for the GOP presumptive nominee, Donald Trump, a tweet finally revealed and surprised everyone of Mr. Trump’s declared VP alter ego.
Included in the list of Mr. Trump’s supposed VP, who also filled the news the past weeks, were New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and Newt Gingrich. Even his then strong Republican rival, Ted Cruz, was inserted in the top-ten pick. But, a Twitter proclamation, Friday, terminated the people’s prediction and speculations, as Mr. Trump finally tied the post to Indiana Gov. Mike Pence.
He is known to nurture and value real conservative principles that would certainly define and resemble the qualities of an ideal republican. A perfect build-up of a true conservative, which is also one significant reason that Mr. Trump depended upon in picking his partner; the open and outspoken tycoon having in mind the revival of Republican unity and strength through Gov. Pence. An interesting move to be taken note of within the Republican party, however.
Most Americans are not so familiar with the Indiana governor. Gov. Pence is a strong protester of Planned Parenthood and abortion. He signed a religious exceptions law that gives unfavorable stance to gays and lesbians.
An entirely opposite persona we found of Mr. Trump is Gov. Pence. But this person is, surprisingly, the same person Mr. Trump chose to become his ally in this year’s political race, and upon whom he would repose the second highest public trust in the country, relying upon him one of the country’s toughest responsibilities should the two both claim victory.