|Donald Trump campaign website - Where in the world is Mike Pence?|
As the saying goes, "What a difference a day makes."
Donald Trump's nascent presidential campaign has a bumpy 24 hours in the wake of the Trumpster's first big decision - picking Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate.
First, the choice of Pence was leaked to several sources which apparently irritated Trump in that he likes to control his imaging and theatrical moments.
Also leaked was a list of speakers who are set to speak at next week's Republican National Convention including Heisman Trophy winner Tim Tebow, followed immediately by a statement from Tebow saying he never agreed to speak at the convention. Oops.
Then, CNN and MSNBC reported that The Donald spent late night Thursday hours looking into backing out of offering Pence the veep spot.
This was followed by the unveiling of the campaign's new logo, which due to it's "screw you" suggestive nature was roundly panned across the Twitterverse.
Next, you saw Pence make his first public statements as the running mate wherein he flip-flopped on every issue he's criticized or disagreed with Trump over the past year.
And this morning, folks woke up to find Trump's campaign website has been scrubbed of the TP logo. And not just the logo. Not a word about Mike Pence is found anywhere on the site.
Hey Mike, feeling good about joining this well-oiled machine?
Mike Pence now says he backs Trump on Muslim ban -- a reversal from his criticism months ago https://t.co/Zx4ycRArVB pic.twitter.com/jGb3QnhlNH— CNN (@CNN) July 16, 2016
Scoop: @realDonaldTrump was so unsure about @mike_pence that around midnight last night he asked top aides if he could get out of it— Dana Bash (@DanaBashCNN) July 15, 2016