Trump just announced Mike Pence as his VP—did he make the right choice? | The Tylt

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Trump just announced Mike Pence as his VP—did he make the right choice?
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Donald Trump picked Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his VP. Was this the smart choice for his campaign? Vote here—and check out arguments for both sides below!


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Trump just announced Mike Pence as his VP—did he make the right choice?
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Why it's a good pick: Pence has experience governing. He's been in the House of Representatives, and now he's the governor of Indiana. He has a solid conservative track record and he’s highly regarded by GOP members.
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By picking Pence, Trump will be able to convince more traditional GOP voters to support him. While Pence may be a boring pick, he is a safe pick and lends more credibility to Trump's campaign.
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Why it's a bad pick: Pence gave in to criticism over Religious Freedom Restoration in Indiana and signed into law a bill that softened the original bill. People criticized the bill for discriminating against LGBT people.
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Picking Pence could derail Trump's antiestablishment vibe. He's made it this far through sheer force of personality and by tapping into the sentiment that the current system is corrupt and doesn't serve the average American. A party insider as his running mate flies in the face of this idea.
FINAL RESULTS
Trump just announced Mike Pence as his VP—did he make the right choice?
#GoodPickTrump
A festive crown for the winner
#BadPickTrump
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