Pence Promises Not to Defund the Police at Grand Rapids, Michigan Rally

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    In Grand Rapids, Michigan, Vice President Mike Pence promised to maintain law and order “for every American of every race and creed and color” during Trump’s last rally before the 2020 U.S. presidential election. “We’re not going to defund the police. Not now, not ever,” said Pence. President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden capped their bitter race with a final blitz of campaigning Monday in states critical to deciding the outcome of a contest marked by the coronavirus pandemic that pummeled the world’s biggest economy. The two candidates traded insults and displayed contempt for each other before cheering and honking audiences. The president kicked off a run of five rallies in four states: North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Michigan. Biden is spending most of the day in Pennsylvania, a state critical to each candidates’ hopes of victory. The Democrat stopped in Ohio, projecting confidence he has a chance to flip a state Trump won handily in 2016.

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