Mike Pence Accepts Donald Trump's Offer for Vice President Spot

The party insider could bring a broader audience to the GOP ticket.

ABC News confirms that Pence was seen landing at an airport near New York City this afternoon.

The official announcement was slated to be made at a news conference at 11:00 a.m. on Friday in New York City, but Trump tweeted this evening that it would be postponed "in light of the horrible attack in Nice, France."

It became clear that Trump was warming to the prospect of selecting Pence in recent days, since he spent time with him in Indiana on Tuesday and Wednesday.

Pence introduced Trump at a rally in Westfield on Tuesday night, and Trump ended up spending the night in the Hoosier State because his plane had some mechanical issues.

Speaking to reporters after the meeting, Pence remained mum about his VP prospects. He described the meeting as “just very warm and just one family meeting with another.”

Trump gave a phone interview on Fox News this evening, denying that a decision has been made and praising his top three candidates: Pence, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich.

"I haven't made a final, final decision," he said.

During the interview, he did not address the postponement of the news conference that was slated to announce his vice presidential pick tomorrow.