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Pence: Ignore The Polls Because On Election Day The American People Will Rise Up For Trump [VIDEO]

“I think Donald Trump has made a connection to the frustrations and the aspirations of everyday Americans like no one in my lifetime since Ronald Reagan. When you see, against this avalanche, present company excepted here at Fox News, but this avalanche of negative media coverage that goes chasing after every potential, every potential negative... The post Pence: Ignore The Polls Because On Election Day The American People Will Rise Up For Trump [VIDEO] appeared first on Joe.
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