Which GOP VP will Trump choose as his running mate?

The Republican National Committee (RNC) has reportedly named a VP for Donald Trump’s campaign, but it is unclear if he will be Trump’s running mate or vice president.

The vice presidential nominee is traditionally the choice of the president-elect, who is expected to pick the vice presidential running mate for his or her first 100 days in office.

The nominee would then nominate a vice president to run the administration during his or the president’s first 100-day period in office, according to The Hill.

Vice presidents tend to win election because of the party they represent.

The Hill reported on Friday that the Trump campaign is expected in mid-January to name a vice presidential pick.

If confirmed, the name could include Texas Senator Ted Cruz or Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker. 

The report from The Hill comes as a top Republican aide says he believes Trump will pick Indiana Governor Mike Pence, a Republican, as his vice presidential candidate.

Pence was named Trump’s VP running mate earlier this month after he won the Indiana primary, which was the only state to do so, but was not expected to be confirmed.

The Pence name has been in the news for a number of reasons, including Pence’s opposition to a law allowing same-sex couples to marry, and his support for Trump’s border wall.

Trump was asked on Friday if he had decided whether he will nominate someone to run his administration, but he did not say if he was running for vice president or vice presidential. 

Pence has been critical of the federal government’s immigration policy and has vowed to keep the US open to immigrants.

Pence is currently serving as governor of Indiana, which is considered a swing state, and has been an outspoken opponent of President Donald Trump. 

Trump has been known to be very selective when selecting his running mates.

Last month, Trump picked Texas Governor Greg Abbott as his choice for secretary of state.

In March, Trump chose Wisconsin Governor Brad Schimel as his selection for treasury secretary. 

This week, Trump’s choice for attorney general was a former Indiana state senator, Matt Schaefer.

He had been the target of criticism from conservative groups and some in the media for being a member of the Republican Party of Indiana.