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Glenn Beck calls out Mike Pence for denying Donald Trump's comments at debate: 'Wow, really?!?!?!'

Conservative talk-show host Glenn Beck on Tuesday night leveled criticism against Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence for denying comments Donald Trump has made over the past year. “Wow, really?!?!?” Beck rhetorically asked on Facebook. “You WON tonight. You really did well keeping your cool but... really? Trump hasn't said any of those things?” Beck continued: “Come on.
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