Donald Trump Stakeout Outside the NRSC   ...3 of 3 >
July 7, 2016--After meeting with congressmen at the Capitol Hill Club, Donald Trump traveled over to the Senate side and met with Senators at the National Republican Senatorial Committee.  Reporters staked out outside saw nothing of Trump other than his arrival and departure, but many of the Senators leaving the meeting offered comments.
Sen. Jeff Sessions (AL) is Trump's closest supporter in the Senate and is the subject of a bit of vice presidential speculation.
Sen. Tim Scott (SC).  (more)
Sen. Roger Wicker (MS).
Sen. Ron Johnson (WI) is facing a closely watched challenge from former Sen. Russ Feingold.
Sens. Bob Corker (TN) and David Perdue (GA).  Trump considered Corker for his running mate and rallied with him in Raleigh, NC on July 5, but Corker subsequently removed himself from consideration.
Sens. David Purdue (GA) and Thom Tillis (NC).
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