In a campaign stop in Rochester New Hampshire on Sunday, Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence praised the FBI's decision to review emails that may be related to Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server.
Pink signs reading “Women for Trump” and red ones reading “Make America Great again” waved as Pence greeted a packed room. It didn’t take him long to get to the FBI’s inquiry into Hillary Clinton’s emails. "We want to commend the FBI for reopening this case for once simple principle," Pence said, "and that is no one is above the law."
The FBI hasn’t said if it is reopening the case. From there Pence turned to how he and a president Trump would begin in the White House with a “hundred day plan.” He said they would cut taxes across the board, and repeal Obamacare.