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Mike Pence Takes Donald Trump’s Side in His Public Disagreement With Mike Pence

Late Sunday night, as the second presidential debate was getting into full swing, word started circulating on Twitter: Mike Pence, it seemed, might pull himself from the GOP ticket. Today it’s clear the swirling was for naught. Speaking to CNN’s Alisyn Camerota on Monday morning, Pence called rumors that he had considered quiting “absolutely false” and promised to spend the next four weeks “campaigning shoulder to shoulder” with Trump.
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