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2020 choice between 'freedom and socialism': Pence

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2020 choice between 'freedom and socialism': Pence

2020 choice between 'freedom and socialism': Pence

Vice President Mike Pence at the annual convervative gathering, CPAC on Friday accused Democratic candidates running for office in 2020 of being influenced by failed socialist ideals.

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2020 choice between 'freedom and socialism': Pence

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Vice President Mike Pence at CPAC on Friday accused Democratic candidates running for office in 2020 of being influenced by failed socialist ideals.

U.S. Democrats, anxious to get started on their quest to recapture the White House in 2020, are lining up to launch campaigns in what is quickly becoming a crowded field of presidential contenders.

A diverse group that includes at least six U.S. senators will be vying for the right to challenge President Donald Trump, the likely Republican nominee, who could face a long-shot primary challenger.




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