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Asked who'd be her 'Mike Pence', Warren says 'I already have a dog'

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Asked who'd be her 'Mike Pence', Warren says 'I already have a dog'

Asked who'd be her 'Mike Pence', Warren says 'I already have a dog'

U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren took a swipe at U.S. Vice President Mike Pence at a campaign event in Lebanon, New Hampshire on Sunday.

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Asked who'd be her 'Mike Pence', Warren says 'I already have a dog'

The senator from Massachusetts was asked by a man in the audience if she would choose a running mate who would look at her "with adoring eyes," referring to how some people think Vice President Mike Pence looks at President Donald Trump.

Warren responded, "I already have a dog."




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