MILFORD, N.H. (WHDH) - Donald Trump’s running mate is rallying supporters in New Hampshire before heading to New York for the presidential debate.
Mike Pence said at a Monday rally that the debate will give a chance for Trump and Hillary Clinton to meet with no media filters or parsing of words.
Pence was introduced by former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu. His son, Chris Sununu, is running for governor.
Pierre Provost came to the rally with a newspaper clipping showing him at a 1980 Ronald Reagan rally in New Hampshire. Provost said that’s the last political event he’s attended. He said he’s part of a “solid majority” who backs Trump.
He said, “We’re the quiet deplorables,” referring to a term Clinton used to describe some of Trump’s supporters.
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