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Vice President Mike Pence: ‘Inconceivable’ Middle Easterners not in migrant caravan
"It’s inconceivable that there are not people of Middle Eastern descent” in the migrant caravan approaching the southern border of the United States, Vice President Mike Pence said in an Oct. 23 interview with The Washington Post.
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