Gov. Mary Fallin meeting with Donald Trump, other governors in New York

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Donald Trump, Mary Fallin

OKLAHOMA CITY – As the campaign trail heats up, Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin is meeting with Republican presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump.

A spokesman for the governor told KFOR that Fallin and other governors will meet with Trump on Tuesday.

However, the spokesman said that the governor’s office is not aware of the topic that will be discussed.

In the past, Fallin has been mentioned among possible vice presidential candidates for Donald Trump.

On CNN’s State of the Union Sunday morning, South Carolina’s lieutenant governor said Gov. Mary Fallin would help Donald Trump get the job done.

“She’s been in Congress, she’s been a 3 term lieutenant governor, she’s been a highly successful governor cutting the pension deficit in half, dealt with national disasters, an articulate, well spoken, attractive woman that can balance Trump, I think, is the perfect VP candidate,” Andre Bauer said.

“I think you’re going to see something different. I think what he will do is he won’t go with the norm that you pick a battleground state and you pick somebody from that state or a rival candidate,” he said. “I think he’s going to say, ‘Who can help me get the job done?’ and I think he needs some balance, and I like Mary Fallin for that reason.”

The meeting between Fallin and Trump is set for Tuesday afternoon.