Donald Trump Says He's Culled His VP Shortlist to 5 or 6 People, Will Announce His Choice at Convention

The presumptive GOP nominee plans to announce his choice at the convention.

During an interview with The Associated Press released today, Trump said that he has narrowed the list down, but did not reveal specific names, with one exception.

"I have a list of people that I would like," Trump told The AP.

In an interview to air tonight on "The O'Reilly Factor," Trump expanded upon his comments.

“I like Chris a lot," he said. "I’m not going to say ruling in or out. I would say that I have in mind five different people. I think they are excellent. I’ll announce whoever it will be at the convention. I’d love to give you all five but I can’t, Bill. I don’t want to do that, Bill. It’s not even fair to you. It’s not fair to you.”

He added: “The way I always envisioned it is during the convention and I think that’s what I’m going to do.”

There has been speculation about other contenders.

For his part, Trump has been dropping hints about different qualities he would like in a vice president ever since he became the likely Republican nominee after Sen. Ted Cruz and Kasich suspended their campaigns last week.