US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at an event on October 15, 2016 in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. AFP / Mary Schwalm
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Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence contradicted running mate Donald Trump Sunday by saying evidence pointed to Russian involvement in email hacks tied to the U.S. election and that Moscow should face "severe consequences" if it had compromised U.S. email security.Pence, appearing in television interviews, said he and Trump would respect the outcome of the Nov. 8 election. Russian President Vladimir Putin has said his country was not involved in trying to influence the U.S. election.Trump said after the first presidential debate in September that he would "absolutely" accept the election outcome.The third and final debate between Trump and Clinton will be Wednesday in Las Vegas.
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