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Pence asks Republicans to share WikiLeaks revelations about Clinton — but overstates what’s in them

BETTENDORF, Iowa -- Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence encouraged activists in the Quad Cities to "tell your neighbors and friends" about the emails published by WikiLeaks after a hack of a Hillary Clinton campaign account. But the examples he gave of damaging, dynamite excerpts, offered less than his descriptions made it sound. Referring to a speech […]
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