Mike Pence: 'I Don't Think Name Calling Has Any Place In Public Life'

Last week on “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” Mike Pence defended the “extremely considerate and kind” Donald Trump from President Obama’s suggestion that Trump is a “demagogue,” and said he was insulted that anyone would ever tag Trump in such a way: “I don’t think name calling has any place in public life.”

This is surely news to “Crooked Hillary,” “Liddle Marco,” “Lyin’ Ted,” “Crazy Megyn,” “Crazy Bernie,” “Pocahontas,” “Low Energy Jeb,” and as recently as this morning, “Little Michael,” among others.

If that wasn't bad enough, on Sunday night Pence made an incredibly cynical statement in an attempt to diffuse the conflict between Trump and the parents of Humayun Khan Khan, a Muslim immigrant and American soldier who was killed while serving in Iraq.

Does anyone really believe Trump “cherishes” the Khan family after making statements like this:

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