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Mike Pence and the Failure of the Republican Establishment

When Mike Pence took the stage for the vice-presidential debate, he was not there only as Donald Trump's second; he was also representing the Republican establishment that has cravenly acquiesced to Trumpism. As something of a surrogate for the entire GOP, Pence, the governor of Indiana, often tried to sidestep Tim Kaine's pointed criticisms of Trump. But he could not avoid defending his running mate on key matters—and cleaning up after the GOP's acerbic nominee.
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