Republican front-runner Donald Trump hinted at a possible running mate for the first time on Saturday at a rally in New Hampshire.
Trump said that former Massachusetts Senator Scott Brown would be a “very good” vice president also stating, “Vice president. Hey that sounds like it could—hey, hey, –very good.”
Now that Brown’s name has been thrown into the ring as a potential running mate, who is the man that could run alongside Donald Trump?
Brown won a special election in 2010 to succeed Ted Kennedy in Massachusetts, before then losing in 2012 to Democratic Senator Elizabeth Warren. In 2014, he relocated to New Hampshire to run against Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen, but lost in a neck and neck race. Now, in 2016, he could be soon running for vice president.