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And I sure hope Donald Trump listens to it!Fresh off his strong performance in Tuesday night's vice presidential debate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said he is not pushing Donald Trump to follow his lead but instead wants the Manhattan billionaire to "be himself.""I'd encourage Donald Trump to do what he did in his first debate, and that is be himself. Speak from his mind and speak from his heart, and I know he's going to do that," Pence said Thursday morning on Fox News' Fox & Friends.
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