Pence: We Need to Elect Trump Because of Hillary's Trustworthiness Problem
Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence joined Chris Wallace on "Fox News Sunday" for his first Sunday show interview since officially becoming Donald Trump's running mate.
The Indiana governor spoke about a wide range of topics, including new revelations that reveal a possible "pay-to-play" scandal involving the Clinton Foundation and Hillary's Clinton's State Department.
"It looks that way more and more every day, doesn't it?" Pence said. "The new emails that have been made public just in the last week seem to make a direct connection between favors done by State Department officials and major foreign donors to the Clinton Foundation."
He said that the American people "have a right to know" if that is indeed the case.
"The people of this country are tired of the pay-to-play politics in Washington D.C., and I promise you that when Donald Trump and I arrive at the White House, we're going to bring all of that to an end," Pence said.
He added that this is just another example of how the Clintons have operated on the political stage for several decades.
"It's one of the reasons why the American people have a fixed opinion about Hillary Clinton and her trustworthiness, and why we so much need to elect Donald Trump as the next president of the United States."
Watch the "Fox News Sunday" interview above.