Former President Donald Trump shared some insights into who his vice presidential running mate will be this week, as he revealed that he has an idea who the candidate will be.

Speaking with Fox News’ Aishah Hasnie at the Washington, D.C., headquarters of the Republican National Committee after he sat with the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Trump was asked if his selection was present at the meeting.

In response, he said, “Probably. I don’t want to go, but I think (it) will probably get announced during the convention.

“During the convention. There were some good people and, we have some very good people,” he added, hinting that he will likely reveal his pick at the Republican National Convention, which is scheduled to hold in Milwaukee from July 15-18.

Trump went on to reveal that one more person has been added to the list – Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin.

“And I think I could consider that. Yes. I haven’t been asked that question, but he would be on that list,” Trump said.

Asked about his thoughts on President Joe Biden regarding Hunter Biden’s conviction on three federal gun charges, the Republican presidential candidate said, “Well, I think it’s a very serious thing. I understand that whole subject. I understand it pretty well because I’ve had it with people who have it in their family.”

“It’s a very tough thing. It’s a very tough situation for a father. “It’s a very tough situation for a brother or sister. And it goes on and it’s not stopping. Whether it’s alcohol or drugs or whatever it may be. It’s a tough thing. And so that’s a tough moment for the family. It’s a tough moment for any family involved in that,” he added.

Biden has said that he will not use his position to appeal his son’s conviction or grant him a pardon.

However, since the conviction, the White House has seemed tightlipped on the question of whether the president will commute Hunter’s sentence.