Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence tells the CBS News Face the Nation program that ''we'll respect the will of the American people in this election'' but encourages the media to further discuss Hillary Clinton's ''avalanche of emails that is confirming pay to play politics and outright corruption during the Clinton years.'' Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Amid recent controversy surrounding Republican White House hopeful Donald Trump, his vice presidential running mate Mike Pence told the CBS News Face the Nation program that they will "continue to focus this campaign on frankly where the people of this country are focused." Trump has challenged accusations from several women that he made unwanted sexual advances toward them. "He categorically denies those allegations," said Pence. "Donald Trump said in the first debate that we'll respect the will of the American people in this election. The peaceful transfer of power is a hallmark of American history," added Pence.