Debate Fact-Check: How Mike Pence and Tim Kaine Stack Up

The Democratic and Republican vice presidential nominees faced off in Farmville, Va. on Oct. 4, 2016.
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Transcript for Debate Fact-Check: How Mike Pence and Tim Kaine Stack Up
There's a reason why people. Question the trustworthiness and Hillary Clinton and that's because the pain. Mean the reality is when should the secretary of State's come home. She she had Clinton foundation accepting contributions from foreign governments. This is one working just trying to go to the tape. Governor pence said in art. Vladimir Putin has met reliever. Present your that is absolutely in part at any accurate and hands. And I just think about cities late stronger he's been stronger on the world so each afternoon. Any any any. The truck plant is a different planets that you're fired plants and there's two key elements of the first Donald Trump said wages are too high. And both Donald Trump and Mike Pence saying we ought to eliminate the federal minimum wage my pants when he was in congress. Voted against raising the minimum wage above five dollars and fifteen cents and he has been a one man and won't work against minimum wage increases again in Indiana. Donald Trump started this campaign when he fourteen he said if I run for president I will absolutely release my taxes. He's broken every record he's broken his first promise second he stood on his name was last. Since then he's been on the stage last week and when Hillary said you haven't been paying taxes he said. That makes him Smart. So Smart not to pay for our military. It's Smart not to pay for veterans get Smart not to pay for teachers who and I guess all of us who do pay for those things I guess her statement. It when congressman pence was in congress. He was bitchy cheerleader for the privatization of Social Security. Even after President Bush stop pushing forward. Governor and congressman pence kept pushing work. These guys and Donald Trump a status and deportation force they wanna go half staff counts this walk to school. Business to business news. And kicked out sixteen million people and I cannot honestly that's not I cannot. The director of the FBI or Homeland Security said and we can't know for certain who these people are coming to us Syria and. The trump foundation to try to Family Foundation they give virtually every sense. In the truck foundation a charitable causes a lot of the less than ten cents on the dollar in the Clinton foundation has. Plus 18.

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