Pence travels to Fort Wayne after morning meeting with Donald Trump

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FORT WAYNE, Ind. -- After meeting with the Trump’s Wednesday morning, Governor Mike Pence traveled North to the annual Three River’s Festival in the afternoon.

He visited the famed food alley, but skipped the festival rides because Governor Pence is already on the ride of his political career.

He was greeted by Allen County Republican Party Chair Steve Shine and then took a quick tour of the festival stopping along the way shaking hands with families, children and even a superhero.

The governor spoke on his visit with Donald Trump, saying he was honored to meet Mr. Trump again and spend time with his family.

The governor said he and Trump had a great conversation about the country, the progress Indiana has made during Pence's term as governor, but did not go into specifics about the vice president position and who the presumptive GOP candidate will chose.

“I think he’s giving it very careful consideration and we’re humbled to be a part of that. There’s a number of other noteworthy Americans that they are considering, and I’m just honored to be on that list,” said Governor Pence.

The governor said nothing was offered and nothing was accepted.

When asked if he was nervous about the process, Governor Pence said no, and whatever the outcome he  is honored just to be considered.

Governor Pence has until Noon Friday to withdraw his name from the ballot if he is offered and accepts the Vice Presidential candidate spot.