President-elect Donald Trump listens to questions from the press as he gets into his car after a day of meetings at Trump International Golf Club, November 19, 2016 in Bedminster Township, New Jersey. Drew Angerer/Getty Images/AFP
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President-elect Donald Trump, in the midst of choosing his Cabinet, took time out Sunday for a second day to criticize the cast of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" and demand an apology for a message an actor delivered from stage to Trump's running mate about the need for diversity in America.When the show ended, Pence was asked by a cast member to hear a prepared speech after the curtain call from the multiracial and multicultural cast, saying it is concerned about the Trump administration.Pence himself hasn't spoken out about the "Hamilton" speech or given any indication he was upset by what happened.The cast also put on a special "Hamilton" show at a Clinton fundraiser last summer.The person playing Alexander Hamilton that Pence saw was Javier Munoz, an openly gay actor.
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