Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin (R) said Sunday that she has not been vetted as a potential running mate for presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump.
"I have not been asked for specific documentation, and I have not had a specific conversation with any of his staff about being vice president," Fallin said during an interview on CNN Sunday.
"It's certainly an honor to be mentioned with numerous other people across our nation," Fallin, who has been floated as a potential pick for Trump, said.
However, she added, she has "not been asked to provide information."
Fallin also would not disclose whether she has been tapped to speak during the GOP convention in Cleveland next week.
Trump tweeted in April that South Carolina Lt. Gov. Andre Bauer's suggestion that he pick Fallin as his running mate was "great advice."
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