Can Pence's vow not to sling mud survive a Trump campaign?

Republican U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump applauds after introducing Indiana Governor Mike Pence as his vice presidential running mate in New YorkIn 1990, during a close and bitter congressional race, Mike Pence came under attack for using campaign funds to pay for personal expenses, including his mortgage and credit card bills. Pence, who is now Indiana’s governor and was selected this week to be Donald Trump’s presidential running mate, lost his 1990 race, but what he regretted more than losing, he later said, was his decision to sling mud. This could prove challenging when campaigning with Trump, who enthusiastically tears into his rivals.

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