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Donald Trump is name-dropping his vice presidential picks.
During an “On the Record” interview with Fox News’ Greta Van Susteran, Trump dropped the names of two Republican women he’s considering to be a potential running-mate. A crucial decision that could end up flying in the face of Hillary Clinton’s narrative that the New York businessman doesn’t like women.
Trump was asked about former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer’s earlier statements about his campaign looking at Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin as a vice presidential pick. That’s when Trump let the cat out the bag.
“Well, also Jan. Jan Brewer…” Trump said. “She has been so fantastic. You know I won so big, her territory, we won so big. And she is a fabulous woman. And I agree with you, the governor of Oklahoma — fabulous person.”
When asked about New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as a potential VP pick, Trump said “I don’t want to say ‘in there,’ but he’s helping me and he was an early endorsement and a very enthusiastic one and he’s a friend of mine and a very good guy and a talented guy and he’s helping us a lot.”
Trump said he’s looking at up to seven individuals as potential running mates.
Take a look at the interview segment:
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