INDIANAPOLIS -- The Indiana Democratic Party is apparently a little faster at the keyboard than the Donald Trump campaign.
Shortly after Indiana Gov. Mike Pence was announced as Trump's running mate, the Indiana Democratic Party purchased www.trump-pence.com – which now redirects to a much-lampooned interview between Pence and ABC's George Stephanopoulos over the controversial Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
— Indiana Democrats (@INDems) July 16, 2016
Pence was widely panned for the interview, in which he seems unable to respond to questions about whether the law, known as RFRA, would allow businesses in Indiana to discriminate against LGBTQ Hoosiers.
Democrats weren't the only one taking advantage of the Trump's campaign apparent lack of web savvy. Last week, The Hill reported that the Republican (and anti-Trump) Never Means Never PAC had purchased trumpgingrich.gop, trumppence.gop and trumpechristie.gop in anticipation of Trump's VP pick.
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