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Pence turns rape apologist on CNN — but goes down in flames denying Trump sexually assaulted women

Vice presidential candidate Mike Pence on Monday could not explain why he continued to support Donald Trump after he was caught on tape boasting about sexual assault in addition to prior attempted rape allegations. Pence argued to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota that he had not quit the race because he...
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