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  • McCarthy unveils House Republican 'Commitment to America' agenda

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Pence says he and Trump may never see 'eye to eye' on Jan. 6 riot

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Former Vice President Mike Pence addressed the Jan. 6 pro-Trump riot attack of the Capitol saying that he and former President Donald Trump may never see "eye to eye" on the event.