This morning, Donald Trump made it official that Indiana Gov. Mike Pence would be his running mate. The decision reportedly wasn’t without some last-minute drama, according to CNN’s Dana Bash:
— Dana Bash (@DanaBashCNN) July 15, 2016
Did The Donald want a do-over at the last minute?
Either a) top aide is lying or b) top aide is happy to call media and brand the boss a terrible decisionmaker https://t.co/pPTxJ18XoM
— Josh Greenman (@joshgreenman) July 15, 2016
Try and imagine who, with knowledge of this conversation, would conceivably leak it and why. https://t.co/NY9Hk4b6oX
— Jeff B/DDHQ (@EsotericCD) July 15, 2016
Who would have knowledge of this, & why would they give that to media? Capo unhappy their VP choice didn’t make cut? https://t.co/BGdlY8PSh8
— T. Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) July 15, 2016
— renee dale (@rendale) July 15, 2016
@DanaBashCNN "I'm sorry, Sir but we've already made this badass logo. There's no going back now."
— Joseph Christ (@TheJosephChrist) July 15, 2016
Trump only hires the best people at leaking damaging information about him and his campaign https://t.co/aXm4oJm6r2
— (((Yair Rosenberg))) (@Yair_Rosenberg) July 15, 2016
Nothing says "Let's start an internal war with our brand new VP pick" like this leak. https://t.co/g7nyP3dXCU
— Matt Bennett (@ThirdWayMattB) July 15, 2016
"I want Sheldon's money!"
"But you committed to Pence."
"Yeah, I say all kinds of stuff."
— Jon Ralston (@RalstonReports) July 15, 2016
That explains the oddity of yesterday's timeline. https://t.co/wGQtK8cmgV
— Niels Lesniewski (@nielslesniewski) July 15, 2016
Surrounds himself with the "best people" who leak like a sieve. https://t.co/EgUpRpYtzD
— Sean Sorbie (@seansorbie) July 15, 2016
"Send up a tray of those little meatballs, the ones with that tangy sauce, and can I get out of this Pence thing?" https://t.co/adAnguvaxh
— pourmecoffee (@pourmecoffee) July 15, 2016
Why wouldn't he be able to back out? It's supposedly his campaign. https://t.co/wymxX5yXyw
— QB Rating (@QBRating) July 15, 2016
Trump’s senior communications adviser is flat-out denying the report:
This is completely false. Zero truth to it. https://t.co/xC8QAV17W3
— Jason Miller (@JasonMillerinDC) July 15, 2016