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Windham New Hampshire

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11/06/2016

Windham New Hampshire

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BY UNION LEADER


"The FBI announced that they have not changed their conclusion" that Hillary Clinton will not face charges in the investigation into her emails, Mike Pence told the crowd to a round of hearty boos. "Mishandling classified information is a crime," he continued. "Literally, right now you’ve got everyone from a four-star general to a sailor that are facing prison time for having mishandled a fraction of the number of documents that the FBI concluded were on her server." Pence said. "There’s no doubt about it, folks," Pence said shortly after taking the stage. "This race is on." The Republican vice presidential nominee stirred the crowd’s ire at Clinton’s handling of the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya, and promised that Trump would destroy the Islamic State. But Pence also emphasized the Supreme Court vacancy and pushed an economic message, arguing that a Clinton presidency would mean more taxes, more regulation — "and worse still, more Obamacare." His criticism of cost hikes under the Affordable Care Act was a particular focus of the speech.

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Moon Township, Pennsylvania

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11/06/2016

Moon Township, Pennsylvania

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump promised thousands of supporters inside a packed airport hangar near Pittsburgh late Sunday night that Election Day would be “Brexit-plus-plus.” Trump arrived in dramatic fashion on his plane, which taxied in front of the hangar, whose doors then opened. He came down the jetway and immediately waved. Trump promised to bring steel jobs back to Pennsylvania, and promised to defend the shale oil industry from Hillary Clinton and the Democrats. Trump promised to bring steel jobs back to Pennsylvania, and promised to defend the shale oil industry from Hillary Clinton and the Democrats.

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Sterling Heights, Michigan

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11/06/2016

Sterling Heights, Michigan

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump took his fight for Michigan to the northern suburbs of Detroit on Sunday evening, telling a packed crowd of 4,200 at the Freedom Hill Amphitheater “You can’t review 650,000 emails in eight days,” he said. “Hillary is guilty. She knows it, the FBI knows it, the people know it, and now it’s up to the American people to deliver justice at the ballot box November 8th,” he said, to roars of applause. Trump made special mention of union members and Democrats, whom he welcomed to the rally. And he also invited a group of children onstage, five of whom were wearing T-shirts that spelled “T-R-U-M-P.” The crowd cheered: “U-S-A!” Trump attacked Obamacare, as well as NAFTA, which he called the “worst” trade deal ever negotiated. He also criticized the Syrian refugee program, and Obama’s foreign policy in Syria. As he has done at previous rallies, Trump attacked the media, who were booed by the crowd. The audience also burst spontaneously into a chant of “CNN sucks!” Trump also drew cheers and jeers by mocking Jay-Z and his wife Beyoncé, who performed for Hillary Clinton late last week. He said that he did not need celebrities, or guitars, to draw a crowd. That created a moment of awkwardness, since Trump had preceded onstage by musician Ted Nugent.

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Hickory North Carolina

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11/06/2016

Hickory North Carolina

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BY WBTV

Mike Pence made a campaign stop in Hickory, NC, Sunday as both Republicans and Democrats make final pushes in the key battleground state. His address to supporters focused on the economy and national security in what he called "a sprint to the finish" towards election day. His points echoed remarks made by his running mate, Donald Trump. "I think the American people have had enough," Pence said, talking about Hillary and Bill Clinton and politicians in Washington. Pence said jobs weren't the only things at stake, "It's about security, it's about prosperity, it's also about the Supreme Court of the United States." Some of his last thoughts centered around faith. His own faith and faith in the American people. He said when Americans were faced with a big decision, they made the right decision. "Have faith... Have faith in the American people and the people of North Carolina." He said he would be praying for the election and encouraged others to pray for the country as well. 

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Panama City, Florida

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11/06/2016

Panama City, Florida

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BY MY PANHANDLE

Hundreds of supporters showed up at the Edgewater Beach & Golf Resort to hear Indiana Governor Mike Pence speak Sunday. With Florida as a swing state, the vice presidential candidate stopped in Panama City Beach to urge the crowd to vote with the election just two days away. Pence also spoke about the men and women who serve in our military. "Veterans know that Donald Trump is deeply committed to bringing reforms to the VA to ensure that all the benefits that were earned in uniform are delivered especially in the manner  of world class health care," In order to get to the White House, Pence knows that winning Florida on Tuesday night is a must. "Donald Trump and I are determined to continue to carry our message of rebuilding our military, reviving our economy through lower taxes, repealing and replacing ObamaCare,"

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Sioux City Iowa

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11/06/2016

Sioux City Iowa

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BY SIOUXLAND MATTERS

Donald Trump came to Siouxland to rally voters on this final weekend of the campaign. "We really weren't supposed to be here. We weren't going to come back to Iowa, [campaign officials] said, 'Mr. Trump you don't have to, you're leading by so much.' I said, 'What do you mean I don't have to, I want to go to Iowa,'" About 5,000 Donald Trump supporters made their way to the convention center to hear the presidential candidate. The billion dollar business man told voters he'll bring tax cuts, improve social security and Medicaid. He also noted he has immediate plans to get rid of Obamacare if elected. "Over half of the counties in Iowa are loosing Obamacare insurers next year. We'll have it terminated so we won't have any problems. We'll terminate it. It'll be gone and it'll just be a bad memory," says Trump. "If we win, you're going to be so happy, because if we win, our country is going to start winning again. We don't win anymore. Our country is going to start winning again, it's just that simple,"

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Fairfax Virginia

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11/05/2016

Fairfax Virginia

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BY WASHINGTON EXAMINER

Mike Pence urged Donald Trump supporters in Northern Virginia to "be confident" about their chances in Tuesday's election. Pence drew hundreds of people and an overflow crowd at George Mason University's campus for a Saturday night rally. "Virginia we got work to do. We have three days to go," Pence said. "Remember: Vote with a friend, tell somebody especially our closest friends, and be confident. Be confident as we go forward." He continued, "I truly do believe with all of my heart, if we do all that we need to do, I'll make you a promise: That man is ready, this team's ready, this movement is obviously ready. If you go out and make sure that Virginia is ready we will elect Donald Trump to be the 45th president of the United States of America." While Pence addressed the crowd at his rally, his wife Karen Pence spoke to the crowd waiting in the halls outside.

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Denver Colorado

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11/05/2016

Denver Colorado

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BY KDVR

Donald Trump took the stage to thunderous applause at a late night campaign rally in Denver Saturday night. At one point, he predicted Hillary Clinton would return to Colorado before Tuesday. He said his campaign is doing extremely well in Colorado and recent poll numbers indicate a close race between the two here. He discussed Colorado companies that laid off workers and moved jobs out of the United States. He also talked about Coloradans who died at the hands of illegal immigrants. He blamed a lack of action on the part of the federal government for allowing those immigrants to be in this country. Trump’s schedule called for campaign stops in Iowa, Minnesota, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Virginia Sunday.

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Reno Nevada

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11/05/2016

RENO NEVADA

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BY BREITBART

Donald Trump was rushed offstage at a Reno, Nevada campaign rally as a protester in the audience was involved in an extended incident near the stage. It was not immediately clear what was occurring in the crowd, but several members of what appeared to be law enforcement or U.S. Secret Service jumped down into the area where the protester was, as could be seen on ABC's video livestream of the event. In the video it appears Trump pauses to look out into the crowd for the event disrupter. Two U.S. Secret Service agents can be seen rushing in to remove Trump from the stage and two other agents also facilitate his removal. During his absence someone announced to the crowd that Trump would return. The protester was eventually seen being removed from the crowd, although there appeared to be a struggle with several law enforcement or Secret Service agents to secure the protester’s removal. It was several minutes before Trump was able to take the stage again. As Trump returned to the stage, he thanked the crowd, which cheered him back. “Nobody said it was going to be easy for us, but we will never be stopped, never ever be stopped,” said Trump. Trump thanked the Secret Service and said they don’t get enough credit: “They’re amazing people.” He then returned to his speech and spoke about the defense sequester.

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Holland, Michigan

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11/05/2016

Holland, Michigan

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BY DFPN

Mike Pence and Eric Trump campaigned separately in Michigan on Friday as the GOP presidential campaign continued its aggressive push to move Michigan into the Republican column for the first time since 1988. Pence, speaking to about 250 people Friday inside a hangar at Lansing's Capital Region International Airport, said Tuesday's election is not so much a choice between two candidates, as it is a choice between two futures. Pence said during his 35-minute speech that Trump "embodies the spirit of America — strong, freedom-loving, independent and willing to fight every day for what he believes in." Pence said. "He's going to win Michigan!" Pence shouted to applause. Friday's event was a kickoff for a Republican bus tour across Michigan during the final days of the campaign.

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