Peaceful transfer of power? Pence says ‘we are going to win’

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  • Reuters published this video item, entitled “Peaceful transfer of power? Pence says ‘we are going to win'” – below is their description.

    During Wednesday night’s debate, Vice President Mike Pence was asked what he would “personally do” if President Donald Trump did not accept a peaceful transfer of power following the election results. Pence replied, “I think we are going to win.”

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