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Indiana Governor and Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence joined Megyn Kelly on The Kelly File to discuss the state of his campaign in the closing two weeks of the general election.

"For many...in the media, the biggest surprise will come on November 8th when Donald Trump will be elected the 45th president of the United States," Pence said, "we're going to continue to [carry our] message forward that [we will] 'Make America Great Again'."

"I like our chances," Pence said, when Kelly asked about recent polls that show Trump at an average deficit in many crucial states.

"The only poll that counts is the one we're going to finish up [with] come Election Day. The pollsters and pundits are missing something in this election."

Regarding the fact that numerous top Republicans have fled from Trump in recent weeks, Pence said that the best way to defeat Hillary Clinton is for "Republicans to come home" to their nominee.

"No question that Republicans went through this--how man candidates [in the primary]?--some of th[ose feelings] are left over. The unifier in this election...is that many...know that." he said.

"ObamaCare is disintegrating before our eyes. Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump is going to tear up ObamaCare--she's absolutely right."

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