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North Carolina Boy, 11, Asks Pence If He's Trump's Apologist

(Politico)

By    |   Thursday, 04 Aug 2016 01:51 PM

An 11-year-old boy brought a North Carolina town hall to laughter Thursday, asking the Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence if his role was to ostensibly cover Donald Trump's missteps, Politico reported.

"I've noticed you've been softening up on Trump's words and policies; is this going to be your role in the administration?" the boy asked.

Pence, who has followed Trump's recent feud with the parents of a dead soldier and the refusal to endorse Republican Speaker Paul Ryan with political correctness, couldn't extinguish the crowd's laughter.

"First of all, this boy's got a future," he started."What I've learned, Matthew, and you'll learn it when you're governor of North Carolina … Sometimes things don't come out the way that you mean them."

"I couldn't be more proud to stand with Donald Trump."

Pence intimated at the town hall Thursday that the media and the Democratic Party are failing in their combined effort to take down Trump's candidacy of late.

"The funny thing is the party in power seems helpless to figure out our nominee. And of course, I'm referring to the media," he said, per Politico. "I mean the media, and the Democrats, they all have the same problems.

"They all keep telling each other the usual methods are going to work against him, they keep thinking they've done him in, they think this is over, we finally got him, and they turn on the TV the next morning and Donald Trump is still standing and fighting in front of thousands of people, and he will make America great again."

Pence also said Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton should be disqualified from being president, and Clinton and President Obama played major roles in secretly sending money to the Iranian government, "essentially put a price tag on every American" who goes abroad.

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