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Pence: Debate Will Focus on ‘Bigger Things’

WASHINGTON (AP) — Mike Pence is predicting Wednesday’s final presidential debate will revolve around “bigger things” facing the nation, rather than controversies surrounding Hillary Clinton.

The Republican presidential nominee still used a Wednesday rally in Durango, Colorado, to hammer the Democratic nominee with a litany of familiar Republican attacks.

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But Pence told hundreds of Donald Trump supporters that “this election is about a lot bigger things than her small ethics.”

He cited national security, the economy and Supreme Court appointments, and he said he expects those issues “are going to be talked about tonight.

Pence plans to attend the Las Vegas debate.

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