May 25, 2016

Trump Camp Drops Hint About VP Pick | Daily Wire

In the past, presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump has stated that he would like a political insider as a running mate, to offset his outsider status. On Tuesday, Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski dropped another hint concerning who the real estate mogul may chose to share the ticket with.

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