For the first time since President Trump lost his bid for reelection, Vice President Mike Pence appeared on the campaign trail on Friday to boost Senate Republicans at a pair of rallies north of Atlanta. Two U.S. Senate seats in Georgia remain to be decided in runoff races on Jan. 5. The outcome will dictate which party will run the upper chamber come next year. And with Trump and Pence still declining to concede their loss, GOP has been left with a tricky argument in Georgia for a high-stakes Senate battle as they try to navigate the president's false claims. "As our election contests continue, here in Georgia and in courts across the country, I'll make you promise," Pence told supporters at an outdoor rally in Canton, Ga. "We're going to keep...
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In Georgia, Pence Walks Line Between Trump's Election Falsehoods And GOP Senate Fight