Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump leaves the Indiana Governor's residence with Gov. Mike Pence in Indianapolis, Wednesday, July 13, 2016. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
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Republican Donald Trump neared the end of his vice presidential search Thursday, with Indiana Governor Mike Pence and former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich appearing as the front-runners on the eve of Trump's announcement of his pick.Sources familiar with campaign operations cautioned that while Pence and Gingrich were finalists, Trump could always have a last-minute change of heart and choose someone else from his short list.A source close to the campaign said Trump appeared to be leaning toward Pence but could easily change his mind.In what has been an unusually public process, Trump, 70, sat down Wednesday with both Pence and Gingrich separately in Indianapolis.
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