IN Focus: Pence on the attack, playing cleanup

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INDIANAPOLIS - Gov. Mike Pence is on the attack, going after Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail and in an exclusive interview with Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace.

Pence taped the interview with Wallace on Friday in Indianapolis, and in a clip released by Fox News ahead of this week's edition of Fox News Sunday, Wallace asked Pence about the latest Clinton campaign controversy.

Wallace asked Pence: "Do you believe that Hillary Clinton was involved in a "pay-to-play" arrangement-as Secretary of State with big donors to the Clinton foundation?"

"Well it looks that way more and more everyday doesn't it?" said Pence. "The new emails that have been made public just in the last week seem to make a-a direct connection between favors done by State Department officials and major foreign donors to the Clinton foundation. But the American people have a right to know."

You can see the entire interview Sunday on FOX59 at 10am after this week's edition of 'IN Focus' - including Pence's remarks on Donald Trump after another difficult week on the campaign trail left Pence in the familiar role of cleaning up after Trump's controversies.

Both Trump and Pence have largely blamed the media for overplaying, and in their view, misinterpreting Trump's controversial statements referring to President Obama and Hillary Clinton as the 'founders of ISIS' and Trump's comments suggesting there was "maybe something 'second amendment people' could do" to prevent Hillary Clinton from placing anti-gun judges on the court.