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Pence: Trump Won't Stay Silent When 'Our Heritage Is Demeaned Or Insulted'

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Pence: Trump Won't Stay Silent When 'Our Heritage Is Demeaned Or Insulted'

Pence: Trump Won't Stay Silent When 'Our Heritage Is Demeaned Or Insulted'

Pence: Trump Won't Stay Silent When 'Our Heritage Is Demeaned Or Insulted'

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Mike Pence formally accepted his vice presidential nomination on the third night of the Republican National Convention. As racial justice protests continue across the country after a shooting in Wisconsin, Pence touted Trump as a president who stands up for "our heritage."

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