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>> Donald Trump postponed his plan to announce his vice-presidential pick after the attack in southern France left more than 80 dead, saying he postponed the news conference concerning his vice-presidential announcement. That however could complicate things for Mike Pence, widely expected to be announced as Trump's running mate. The conservative Indiana governor has a deadline of his own.
He must file papers in the state by noon Friday to withdraw from the governor's race in order for Republicans to pick a replacement candidate for the state house. If Trump goes with a different running mate, Pence could find himself without a race to run in come November. While Pence has been widely reported to be the choice, Trump still played coy telling Fox News Thursday that he hadn't made his quote, final, final decision.
Pence had, however, flown into Teterboro Airport in New Jersey late Thursday for Friday's planned announcement.