Media got undie bunched this afternoon when Donald Trump’s campaign web site scrubbed all upcoming campaign events from Veep candidate Mike Pence’s schedule.
“Please check back later for an updated schedule,” the site advised, sending reporters into speculation fifth gear.
The day’s news cycle was peppered with calls for Trump to drop out, and be replaced by Pence – some of them coming from inside the Republican party, according to press reported.
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence pulled out of representing Donald Trump at a campaign event in Wisconsin on Saturday.
Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, who just withdraw her support for Donald Trump's candidacy this morning, said that she would be writing in Mike Pence's name next month when she heads to the ballot box.
House speaker Paul Ryan has issued a statement saying Donald Trump is no longer scheduled to campaign with him in Wisconsin tomorrow after the Washington Post released an audio tape of a lewd conversation from 2005 between his party...
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