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Mike Pence's biggest lie was the most insulting one of them all

Mike Pence repeatedly slammed Tim Kaine for being prepared during Tuesday night’s debate, but it’s very clear Pence had prepared a few lines of his own. One of those? Claiming Kaine and Hillary Clinton are the insulting ones, not Donald Trump. Let’s go to the transcript—and to the New York Times’  running tally of 273 people, places, and things Donald Trump has insulted on Twitter.
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