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Pence Under The Bus: 'We Haven't Spoken And I Disagree'

It's not easy to unpack all the Trump-fueled insanity of Sunday's Second Presidential Debate. Who could have predicted Donald Trump would be at odds with his own running mate, Gov. Mike Pence? Here's the exchange during the debate between Raddatz and Trump. The topic was Syria and the possible fall of the ravaged city of Aleppo. RADDATZ: What do you think will happen if Aleppo falls? TRUMP: I think Aleppo is a disaster, humanitarian-wise.
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