American media trying to rig US presidential polls: Republican VP nominee Pence
Oct 22 2016 by Larry Hoffman
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence is starting the week with campaign stops in OH, while his Democratic counterpart Tim Kaine plans to return to the battleground state on Wednesday.
Pence said in an interview aired on "Fox News Sunday" that Russian Federation or any other country involved in hacking should face "severe consequences". "I have to tell you it really is astonishing to most Americans that as these unsubstantiated allegations are, are treated with an enormous amount of coverage on this network and other networks that revelations coming out of Secretary of State Clinton's years in the state department and the Clinton Foundation are virtually ignored by the national media".
Donald Trump's top supporters are racing to explain that what Trump said or tweeted isn't what he meant - especially on his claim without evidence that the November 8 presidential election is "rigged" in Democrat Hillary Clinton's favor.
Later during the meet-and-greet, Kaine told another group of customers about the mistake.
Unfazed, Kaine wrapped up the event by telling a table of customers about his track record of running for elected positions.
Pence is scheduled to hold rallies in Mason and Columbus on Monday afternoon.
USA Today reports that donald Trump and his aligned fundraising committees brought in $100-M during September for both the Presidential campaign and the Republican Party combined, which is the largest amount raised by the GOP in a single month.
Former Secretary of State Clinton and President Barack Obama, Pence said, have developed policies that have weakened America's standing in the world.
Hillary Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, shook off an awkward moment during a campaign stop at a Florida diner on Sunday. "It is my full intent to support the Republican nominee, but no one should ever take my vote for granted", Holcomb said after expressing disgust over the Trump audio. The office of House Speaker Paul Ryan, who Trump has been feuding with, put out a statement on Saturday to push back on the idea of an illegitimate vote.
He is blending his message about voter fraud, he said it can't be tolerated, with one about media bias as he talked about a rigged elections.
According to Dolan, Clinton responded by saying: "Whatever happens, we need to work together afterward".
"This information gets scant attention though and attacks on my running mate seem to lead the news nearly every night", said Pence.
For those who somehow believed that Pence was a more decent person than Trump, here's your reality check. Hopefully, however, in four years, the American people will know better than to fall for the charms of a potential President Pence.
During a rally at the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the IN governor went on the attack early and often against Clinton.
Campaign surrogates like Pence were forced to address those kinds of comments in Sunday show appearances.
Mook says Democrats expect the biggest voter turnout in "election history".
"We'll respect the outcome of this election", he continued.