Trump, Pence meet again; Gingrich headed to Indianapolis

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INDIANAPOLIS (WISH/AP) – Republican Donald Trump huddled with Indiana Gov. Mike Pence at the governor’s mansion in Indiana on Wednesday morning amid swirling speculation about Trump’s vice presidential deliberations.

Pence and Trump walked out of the residence together just before 10:30 a.m. The pair was joined inside by Pence’s wife, Karen, as well as Trump’s daughter, Ivanka, and his son-in-law Jared Kushner.

According to 24-Hour News 8’s Jim Shella, Donald Trump is still in Indianapolis because of a flat tire on his plane. He will leave when the tire is fixed.

Trump was in Westfield Tuesday evening for a rally.

Trump is said to have narrowed his short list down to a trio of top contenders, including Pence. The billionaire is entering the final phase of his search for a running mate. Trump was directing his staff to prepare for a Friday announcement.

Additionally, CNN is reporting that Newt Gingrich, also believed to be a finalist, is headed to Indiana to meet with Trump. They also say that the Sen. Sessions is en route to Indianapolis. Trump told CNN that “we’ll have a visit I think.”

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