With Trump's previous reputation and unsavory words caught on tape, how big was Trump's choice of Mike Pence in getting out the evangelical Christian vote? Also, Trump isn't known for being a true conservative. I remember having a conversation with @TheComebackKid about whether Trump made the right pick. I thought Pence was sort of a boring pick and TCK wasn't excited about the pick either, but would wait and see and give him a chance. I said I didn't know, but I did wonder if this pick would get conservative Christians. Not only that, another plus we didn't see coming, Pence mopped the floor with Tim Kaine in the Vice Presidential debate. So Sherdog, what did you think when Pence was chosen? And after the fact, how bigly of a pick was this in helping Trump win the election? How would Trump have done with other vice presidential picks? Did it matter? Personally, looking back, I think Trump needed Pence and it was the right pick for Trump.