When & Where Is Trump’s VP Announcement?

VIRGINIA BEACH, VA - JULY 11: Presumptive Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump delivers a speech on veteran's issues during a campaign stop July 11, 2016 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. With just a week before the Republican National Convention, Trump has yet to announce a running mate. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

When and where will Trump be announcing his Vice President choice?  (Getty)

Rumors are circulating that Donald Trump will be choosing Mike Pence as his Vice Presidential candidate. Trump has not officially confirmed or denied this rumor. When will he be making the announcement?

Here’s what you need to know.

Although Trump had originally scheduled his press conference for Friday, he has postponed it after the horrific attack in Nice, France.

Trump tweeted:

Earlier in the day, before the attack, Trump had said that he would be announcing his Vice President pick on Friday, at 11 a.m. Eastern, in Manhattan.

Whenever the announcement happens, you’ll likely be able to watch the announcement live on pretty much every major TV network.

According to CBS News, a GOP official close to the decision has said the pick will be Mike Pence for Trump’s VP.

We will update this post when we have more details on exactly where the announcement will take place.

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