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Trump and Pence diverge over endorsements

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>> Husband step forward, you've got a son->> Mike Pence once again clashing with his boss, Donald Trump, over support for two Republican senators up for reelection.>> Of course, I support John McCain and Kelly Ayotte, and all of our Republican incumbents.>> The move divergent with Trumps, who shocked those in his own party by refusing to endorse Senator McCain.
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In the past Trump has said the former POW was not a war hero, adding quote, I like people who weren't captured. But Pence seems to be his own man. He also endorsed house speaker Paul Ryan Wednesday, who Trump also snubbed. Still the Republican presidential candidate insists he and Pence are on the same side.
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>> He came to me and he asked me would it be okay and I gave him, totally my blessing.>> At a campaign stop in Raleigh, North Carolina Thursday, the Indiana Governor was called out by an 11 year old on whether his role was to mitigate Trump's words.
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>> My name is Matthew and I'm 11 years old and I've been watching the news lately and I've been noticing that you've been kind of softening up on Mr. Trump's policies and words. Is this gonna be your role in the administration?>> Pence laughing it off.>> Nicely done, let me tell you what.
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I couldn't be more proud to stand with Donald Trump and we are shoulder to shoulder
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in this campaign, my friend, promise you.>> All eyes on the duo and whether they'll present a unified front as they rally together in the key states of Iowa and Wisconsin, Friday.