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Mike Pence on TODAY Show says evidence disproving Trump's accusers 'hours' away

Defending running mate Donald Trump, Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence told TODAY's Matt Lauer and Savannah Guthrie Friday that the evidence to disprove Trump's accusers was just "hours" away from being made public. "Stay tuned, there's more information coming forward," Pence explained during a live interview. At a rally in West Palm Beach, Florida, on Thursday, Trump said allegations of sexual misconduct levied at him by multiple women were "fabricated" and "absolutely false.
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