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Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence joined Hannity to discuss Donald Trump's surging poll numbers and expanding appeal.

The Indiana governor said that Americans are starting to see Trump more clearly now.

"I don’t think anything’s really changed. I just think Donald Trump’s optimistic message to make America great again, rebuild our military, have America standing tall on the world’s stage, and revive this economy through all the principles he described today at the economic club in New York, through less taxes, less regulation, more American energy, stronger trade deals..."

Pence said that Trump's a fighter and a winner, and it's been on display everywhere he's gone the past few weeks, from Mexico to Baton Rouge and Michigan.

"There he is in African-American churches showing his heart and his commitment to make America great again for everyone, regardless of race or creed or color or gender.  What people are seeing is the kind of President Donald Trump will be and I think that’s why you’re seeing all the momentum, the turnout at the rallies...in all these key states around the country."

Watch the full interview above.

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