According to The New York Times, Donald Trump’s son called John Kasich’s adviser before the Republican National Convention asking if the governor wanted to be “the most powerful vice president in history.” Kasich was told he would be in charge of both domestic and foreign policy. As for Donald Trump’s role, his son reportedly said he would be simply “making America great again.” What does this mean for Mike Pence’s role as VP? We look at his record as Indiana governor with John Nichols of The Nation. (Democracy Now!)
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