What the Donald Trump Campaign Is Saying About the Road Ahead

Senior Trump advisers said the road to a victory in November began today.

One high-ranking adviser said the campaign will soon begin initial talks about a possible running mate, though a short list does not exist yet. This adviser stressed the candidate must have "significant government experience," and seemed to suggest someone with more time around Washington as opposed to a state leader such as a governor. The aide also suggested it must be someone Trump can have a real relationship with.

As the campaign moves forward, expect Trump's children, who have campaigned by their father's side, to hit key states, at times solo, as they've proven to be effective messengers. One aide described them as Trump's "secret weapons."

In the coming weeks, as the final state conventions happen, campaign sources said to expect Trump supporters to attend not so much for any delegate wrangling, but for party unity.

Trump is scheduled to return to the campaign trail Thursday with a rally in West Virginia.

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