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Mike Pence Doesn’t Understand Why Hillary Clinton Talked About Implicit Bias During First Debate

WASHINGTON ? Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) and Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) were asked about law enforcement and race relations during the vice presidential debate on Tuesday, and it quickly became clear they weren’t on the same page. Kaine, who is sharing a ticket with Hillary Clinton, said the way to create better relationships between cops and communities is through community policing.
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