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Mike Pence: I Stand With The President (But I Won’t Defend His Some Nazis Are “Fine People” Comment)

The Associated Press reports: Vice President Mike Pence says he is standing by President Donald Trump in the aftermath of deadly violence at a white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, but he declined Wednesday to defend the president’s statement from the day before that “both sides” were to blame. Asked at a news conference whether... The post Mike Pence: I Stand With The President (But I Won’t Defend His Some Nazis Are “Fine People” Comment) appeared first on Joe.
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