I’m going to start off with the fact that I was not thrilled at first with Trump’s choice for VP being Pence. I don’t like his past votes on veteran affairs, immigration, and trade issues. What does this choice do for Trump’s chances of winning the Presidency? This report from Mr. Still spells out some aspects of the actual numbers needed by Trump and where he stands to win the election via electoral votes:
Here is a Pence speech after Trump announced him as the Vice Presidential pick:
Sean Hannity had a great interview with Mr. Pence that covers some of the differences between Pence and Trump. Trump does not like “yes” men. I find it is a good thing to have someone who both has political experience, is well respected, and can offer a different insight. Both men are for the border wall. They are both for security via no more Muslims from terrorist states. Both men are for strong trade deals for America.
Pence has a son serving in the Marines. He is going to fight for veterans with Trump
So, how will Democrats try to attack Trump / Pence?