Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is greeted by his running mate Mike Pence after arriving by helicopter at the Cleveland Science Center on Wednesday.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is greeted by his running mate Mike Pence after arriving by helicopter at the Cleveland Science Center on Wednesday. CAROLYN COLE LOS ANGELES TIMES VIA TNS
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is greeted by his running mate Mike Pence after arriving by helicopter at the Cleveland Science Center on Wednesday. CAROLYN COLE LOS ANGELES TIMES VIA TNS

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