Donald Trump is postponing his Friday plans to introduce his vice presidential running mate, he announced Thursday evening, citing the deadly attack in Nice, France as the reason for the delay. On Twitter and in television interviews on Fox News Channel, Trump said it would not be appropriate to follow through with plans to unveil his running mate on Friday morning. He also said he has not made a "final, final" decision who that person will be, even as public scrutiny was squarely on Indiana Gov. Mike Pence for much of the day. Prior to the postponement, attention was focused squarely on Pence. Allies of Pence and Trump have sent increasingly strong signals that Pence would be Trump’s pick, but the campaign gave no official word. "I haven’t made my final, final decision. I mean, I’ve got three people that are fantastic," Trump told Fox News. https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...ones-vp-announcement-citing-attack-in-france/ ----- OK, I have mixed feelings on this. Is this the proper thing to do? Do we allow terrorist attacks in other countries to dictate our lives and schedules here in the U.S.? Are you going to work tomorrow? I know I am. What would be wrong with having a moment of silence followed by a short speech against terrorism, then announcing the VP pick and then outlining how you would fight terrorism as President? Seems like a win-win to me. The cynic in me is saying Trump is delaying the announcement because he wants maximum media coverage and doesn't want the terror attack to overshadow his announcement. Someone make the case that Trump is correct in postponing his announcement.