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Pence: Media more interested in 'unsubstantiated' Trump rumors than facts about Clinton

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"It's going to end when Donald Trump becomes president of the United States."

Republican vice presidential candidate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks during a town hall style meeting at the Executive Court Banquet Facility. Thursday Aug. 18, 2016. in Manchester, N.H. (AP Photo/Jim Cole)

Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence made the rounds in defense of his running mate, Donald Trump, Friday morning, arguing that the media are spending more time chasing allegations in Trump's background than dissecting his opponent's record.

"At the time that many in the national media are chasing after these unsubstantiated allegations, it's remarkable to me that they continue to ignore the hard evidence that's flowing out of Hillary Clinton's years as secretary of state and the Clinton Foundation," the Indiana governor said on Fox News' "Fox and Friends."

In recent days, Trump has been accused of making unwanted advances toward women — allegations that the candidate dismisses as "absolutely false."

But Pence turned the focus to Clinton, criticizing her for giving speeches in support of socialized medicine in Canada and one supporting open borders in Brazil.

"This is exactly the kind of pay-to-play politics the American people are tired of," he said, adding, "It's going to end when Donald Trump becomes president of the United States."

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