Pence claims he and Trump are “shoulder to shoulder” in the campaign. REUTERS/Carlo Allegri
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WASHINGTON: If Mike Pence had any doubts about what life would be like on the 2016 Republican presidential ticket with Donald Trump, the past week will have erased them: He is the damage control guy.Trump has that part down pat.Pence Wednesday offered his own endorsement to House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan, the top U.S. elected Republican, after Trump infuriated many party leaders by declining to endorse Ryan in his re-election bid.If Trump loses, Pence could emerge as a possible White House contender for 2020 .Republican strategist Ryan Williams said Pence is in an "impossible spot" and said that Trump's missteps could cast a shadow over his running mate's political future.Pence replied that he and Trump were "shoulder to shoulder".
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