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Amid the speculation of whether he'll be picked as Vice President, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence stood by his prior disagreement with presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump on the real estate mogul's proposed temporary ban on Muslims entering the U.S.

"I've taken issue with candidates from time to time," the Republican governor told ABC's Tom Llamas during a press gaggle today. "But I'm supporting Donald Trump to be president of the United States of America."

Back in December, Gov. Pence had called Trump's Muslim ban "offensive and unconstitutional" and said he was a supporter of Texas Sen. Ted Cruz during the primaries.


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