Trump campaign aides on Twitter said the presumptive GOP presidential nominee has yet to make a decision, but separate media reports said the conservative governor has emerged as Trump's choice. Pence had been on a final shortlist for the spot along with former Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.) and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, according to Trump. He was also the overwhelming favorite of GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill. Roll Call first reported that Pence was Trump's pick, citing a source with direct knowledge of the decision. CBS's Major Garrett also reported that Pence would get the nod from Trump, and The Indianapolis Star confirmed the news a bit later. In picking Pence, Trump is selecting a candidate who could improve his conservative bona fides and help appeal to the party's base. Pence is a former House GOP leader who served in the chamber from 2001 to 2013. He would fit Trump's need for someone who could work with Congress from the executive branch, and he would also do much to shore up Trump's relationships with social conservatives and GOP officials. Well this isn't 100 percent yet, but every time Trump has met with Pence over the last two weeks the meetings have only been positive. The one thing that makes Pence an excellent choice for Trump, is that Pence is very against political correctness, social agendas, and the Obama agenda. Out of all 50 states in America, Indiana has been one of a few success stories under the Obama administration. You see it everywhere in America where jobs are being lost and rights stripped away, however in the state of Indiana unemployment in the state is one of the lowest maybe even the lowest. When it comes to rights Pence has said no to gun control, no to refugee resettlement, and got rid of common core in the state of Indiana. If Trump chooses Pence as his VP, not only will Indiana continue it's success but the whole country will get a taste of it.