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Mike Pence Once Called Non-Coercive Interrogations 'Oprah Winfrey Methods'

WASHINGTON ? Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump horrified human rights defenders and the military’s top brass when he claimed during the primary that “torture works” and promised to “bring back a hell of a lot worse than waterboarding” if he becomes commander in chief. Indiana Gov. Mike Pence (R) was brought on as Trump’s running mate in an effort to make the ticket more palatable to conservative voters who are repulsed by Trump’s extreme positions.
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