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In Arizona, Trump and Pence Offer Competing Views For Republicans' Futures

In Arizona, Trump and Pence Offer Competing Views For Republicans' Futures

Update: 2022-07-251
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The former president and vice president held separate rallies for candidates in Arizona's August Republican gubernatorial primary election, drawing a contrast in how each wants to guide the direction of the party. Mike Pence's preferred candidate, Karrin Taylor Robson, is supported by the state's outgoing governor, Doug Ducey, while Donald Trump's pick, Kari Lake, is running a campaign that mirrors many of his policies and, his falsehoods about the 2020 presidential election.

This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro, and KJZZ report Ben Giles.

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In Arizona, Trump and Pence Offer Competing Views For Republicans' Futures

In Arizona, Trump and Pence Offer Competing Views For Republicans' Futures

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