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Pence steps past Trump on Syria, underscoring differences

ROSSFORD, Ohio (AP) — Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence has ventured beyond Donald Trump's ambiguous posture toward war-torn Syria. The Indiana governor said during a debate with Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine that the U.S. military should be ready to strike Syrian military targets under the command of President Bashar Assad, whom the U.S. blames for a war that has killed hundreds of thousands of civilians.
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