IN Focus: Debating the debates, Trump’s latest controversy, Pence’s positions on NAFTA

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INDIANAPOLIS - By most accounts, it's not been a good week for the Trump campaign.

After Monday's debate, the Republican candidate for President doubled down on his remarks concerning a former Miss Universe who's been at the center of attention ever since. Polls released in recent days after the debate show Hillary Clinton padding her lead.

On this week's edition of IN Focus, we're looking back at last week's debate and ahead to the Vice Presidential debate on Tuesday.

One question that Gov. Mike Pence could face involves Trump's position on NAFTA, after Trump blamed NAFTA for Carrier's decision to leave Indianapolis for Mexico.

While in Congress, Pence supported an expansion of NAFTA, a trade agreement that Trump has railed against on the campaign trail.

In the video above, see what Pence had to say about NAFTA on the House floor in 2001.

And in the video below, see what our panel is saying about last week's debate and next week's VP debate in Virginia.

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