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Mike Pence stops at Stamey’s for barbecue before Greensboro rally

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Mike Pence speaks with a customer at Stamey's barbecue in Greensboro.

Mike Pence speaks with a customer at Stamey’s barbecue in Greensboro.

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Mike Pence made a pit stop at Stamey’s in Greensboro, proving you’re never too busy for barbecue.

The Indiana governor greeted voters at the Greensboro restaurant Monday before rallying for Donald Trump at the Greensboro Coliseum.

There is no current word on what he ordered, but Trump also visited Stamey’s a few weeks ago during one of his recent trips to the Triad.

At the rally, Pence promised Christian values, a strong Constitution and conservative Supreme Court judges.

“Hillary Clinton may have the media and the money and the special interests on her side, but Donald Trump and I have the American people one our side and it’s the American people who will decide this election,” Pence told a cheering crowd.

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