Here's what a Trump-Pence debate would (and does) sound like. - From Washington Post
We don't have nearly enough imagination.) It's that, rather than embrace a joint message, they seem to be running two distinct, parallel campaigns, often relating two very distinct, entirely unrelated — and sometimes opposite — points of view.
What Trump has said: "I’m the only one on this stage that said, ‘Do not go into Iraq.
Donald Trump still stands by his plan to temporarily bar many Muslims from entering the United States, now with varying descriptions — though few details — on which nations would be affected by the ban, and exactly how it would work.
What Trump has said: During a town hall interview in April, Trump — who, over the years, has been both a supporter and an opponent of abortion laws — said that there had to be “some form of punishment” for women who had abortions if they were banned nationwide.
What Pence said: Ahead of the critical Indiana primary this spring, Pence endorsed the Texas senator's presidential bid (albeit with comments so half-hearted the statement became an instant classic of 2016's fastest-growing genre).