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Pence denies claim that Cabinet members talked of removing Trump

WASHINGTON_Vice President Mike Pence might have the most to gain from a premature end to Donald Trump's presidency, but in an interview aired Sunday, he forcefully denied engaging in any discussion about invoking the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

The vice president, who made appearances on two major Sunday news talk shows, also condemned Watergate journalist Bob Woodward's depiction

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