Could the wait finally be over? Looks like inside sources just leaked Trump’s VP pick

Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump’s vice presidential choice was just leaked to the national press by three sources who were not authorized to speak about the matter.

According to sources who spoke to the New York Times, Trump will announce Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate tomorrow at a press conference, the three sources said.

The leaked information is not all too much of a shocker, as Pence, Newt Gingrich and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie were all reportedly in the last-minute running to be Trump’s vice president on the ticket.

Just days ago, Republican insiders said Pence had a “95 percent” chance to be Trump’s running mate, citing his family’s involvement in the decision.

Of course, those who follow politics know to expect the unexpected when it comes to Trump’s often unorthodox tactics. So, nothing is 100% until we hear from the horse’s mouth… stay tuned.

For now, here’s how Twitter is handling the news:

https://twitter.com/ali/status/753629987245129728

https://twitter.com/BobbyBigWheel/status/753629883440435201

https://twitter.com/HERBERTARTIST/status/753624690074288129

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