Hillary Clinton, nominating Tim Kaine, from the swing state of Virginia, as Vice President, is no surprise. Tim leans closer to Republican values than many of her choices at hand. Has Clinton gotten so scared and afraid of losing to Trump that she is trying to follow his way of doing things? Sort of, I guess. She is not making a big announcement because of a 'terrorist attack' like Trump has done. Germany has stolen her spotlight. Hillary announced her VP pick on Twitter, Friday night. Trump didn't need spotlight; he already had as much TV time as he wished to have. He had ratings that have broken all other election candidate ratings ever before him. Trump respects all the victims of radical Islamic terrorism.
Hillary has proven, by lying, that the face of death is worth lying over, even to family members.
Where the judgment of Hillary Clinton still lies side by side with Barrack Obama, Trump is a different sort of candidate. Trump is the non-politician who stands with Americans.
Hillary is consistent with her appointments, though. She chose a Vice President who appointed a Hamas supporter to a state immigration commission; spoke at a dinner honoring a Muslim Brotherhood terror suspect; and received donations from well-known Islamist groups.
Hillary will never let a Vice Presidential running mate have anything to do with her decisions in government, but Trump will consider every person with him. Trump values his team members. Hillary thinks she is invincible. Trump, on the other hand, has faith in his Vice President. If something would happen to Donald Trump, as President, Pence could and would be able to continue. Trump does wear a bullet proof vest.
Trump just bought Pence his own campaign private plane. Pretty nice gift, I might add. Trump cares for those who would assist his efforts to help America. I would not be surprised if Pence is now wearing the Trump logo in his suits, shirts and ties. Trump spares no expense for his friends.