Donald Trump had one closed door meeting with his Vice-Presidential pick

Everyone wants to know who Donald Trump will pick as his running mate.

Trump’s choice could seal the election for him.

And Donald Trump had one closed door meeting with his Vice-Presidential pick.

Trump drops a new clue about his Vice President 

The Vice-Presidential selection process is moving into its final stages.

Trump’s reported shortlist is out in public.

And every reporter who wants to interview Trump finds a different way to ask the running mate question in the hopes of eliciting an answer that will show who will ultimately emerge as Trump’s selection.

Fox News’ Aishah Hasnie used Trump’s visit to Washington, D.C., to meet with House and Senate Republicans as the hook for her question.

Hasnie asked Trump if his running mate was in the room when Trump met with Congressional Republicans.

Trump hinted that was the case.

“Probably. I don’t want to go, but I think (it) will probably get announced during the convention,” Trump stated.

Trump then reiterated that he would make his final decision at the convention in Milwaukee that begins on July 15.

“During the convention. There were some good people and, we have some very good people,” Trump added.

The Members of Congress currently on the short list are Senators J.D. Vance (R-OH), Marco Rubio (R-FL), Tim Scott (R-SC), Tom Cotton (R-AR), Congressman Byron Donalds (R-FL) and Elise Stefanik (R-NY).

Other names under consideration are North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson.

A surprise name added to the list 

Three consecutive polls now show Virginia – which Democrats carried in every Presidential election since 2008 – as a tie race.

Trump also reportedly told Republicans that his polling showed him leading Biden by two in Virginia.

Hasnie asked Trump if the chance to expand the map and go on offense would lead him to consider putting Virginia Republican Governor Glenn Youngkin on the Vice-Presidential shortlist.

Trump remarked that no reporter asked him about Youngkin’s name before but that Youngkin was on his list of potential running mates.

“And I think I could consider that,” Trump replied. 

“Yes. I haven’t been asked that question, but he would be on that list,” Trump concluded.

Trump’s campaign and allied outside groups raising $300 million since the conviction in Alvin Bragg’s show trial alleviated any concerns about Biden’s fundraising edge.

With Trump ahead in the polls, he doesn’t need to base his running mate selection on who can help him carry a state or make inroads with a voting bloc he’s currently deficient with to secure victory.

That leaves Trump the freedom to pick a running mate that he has personal chemistry with and will fight for him and his agenda once in Washington, D.C.

*Renewed Right Official Polling*

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