Joel Southam installs a pole marking the section for delegates from Puerto Rico as preparations take place for the Republican National Convention inside Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio, Saturday, July 16, 2016. (AP Photo/Patrick Semansky)
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While the Donald Trump-Mike Pence presidential ticket made its debut at a weekend event that was awkward at times, it highlights a pairing designed in part to bring together fractious elements of the Republican Party on the eve of its national convention.Trump"All right, back to Mike Pence," Trump said at one point after a long tangent talking about the Republican Party's efforts to overturn rules that limit church leaders' political involvement.Trump and his new running mate appeared on stage together only briefly before Trump disappeared and Pence gave a speech that closely hewed to the populist themes that Trump has voiced, describing himself as "really just a small-town boy". The underwhelming rollout of the GOP ticket continued when Pence flew back home to Indiana without Trump.
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