Pence: Trump will tap justices to overturn abortion law

Trump seems to relish verbally abusing people he disagrees with and has called hundreds of people names in the course of his presidential campaign.

Pence criticized President Obama's foreign policy, saying that "weakness arouses evil", and that a president Hillary Clinton would only serve to perpetuate that.

Criticism of the Republican presidential nominee did not stop at Donald Trump during the Democratic National Convention.

"The man I see when the kleig lights are off - he is solicitous, he is bright, he is engaging".

"You know, in NASCAR, they say rubbing is racing", Pence said at the time. But I just don't see it.

But, despite buying a ticket, the Washington Post's correspondent, Jose DelReal, was refused entry to a Milwaukee event on Wednesday night featuring Trump's running mate, Mike Pence.

Pence, running mate to Donald Trump and governor of IN, will appear at an unspecified time and place, said Brian Seitchik, Trump campaign manager for Arizona.

Pence says Trump will repeal the Johnson amendment in the USA tax code, which prohibits tax-exempt organizations like religious groups from engaging in political races. They say several people were asked to leave, but don't know why. And there was a reporter who was not permitted in the setting, and I'll tell you, we're all talking about that'.

"I fully expect in the next 100 days, we're going to continue to be available to the media, whether they're fair or unfair, and we're going to take our case to the American people directly."

The Indiana governor campaigned in the heart of conservative Wisconsin, a three-county region considered the epicenter of the state's Never Trump movement, which Trump lost to rival Ted Cruz by a whopping 40 points. A fighter. A builder.

Almost a dozen news outlets, including Politico, BuzzFeed, the Daily Beast, Univision and the Huffington Post, are also on that list.

Hewitt counseled the VP hopeful that targeting specific media outlets is "an unnecessary diversion" that candidates shouldn't indulge in. Last year, the Indianapolis Star reported that he was planning to launch a state-run news service, a move critics denounced as an attempt to circumvent the independent media.

Vanessa Coleman

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