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Pence on Clinton: 'Most Dishonest Since Richard Nixon'

Asked whether the Trump campaign would have higher ground on the issue of transparency if Pence and Trump released their tax returns, Pence said he would release his next week

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    Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence reacted to the FBI's release of its notes on its interview with Hillary Clinton by calling her "the most dishonest candidate for president of the United States since Richard Nixon."

    "It is a tough charge, but come on," Pence said during an interview for NBC's "Meet the Press."

    The Indiana governor said it was evident that Clinton "operated in such a way to keep her emails, and particularly her interactions while secretary of state with the Clinton Foundation, out of the public reach, out of public accountability."

    Asked whether the Trump campaign would have higher ground on the issue of transparency if Pence and Trump released their tax returns, Pence said he would release his next week.

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    He would not commit to a timeline for when Trump's returns would come out.