IN Focus: Trump, Clinton urge unity & healing after divisive election

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Since Donald Trump became America's president-elect, we've seen several nights of protests, and now both Trump and President Barack Obama are calling on all Americans to unite.

Gov. Mike Pence also asked for unity and prayer upon his return to Indiana on Thursday.

"I ask you to pray for our country," said Pence. "Pray that we might find our way forward as a nation. That we might renew the American Dream. That we might create new opportunities to improve the lives of the people of this nation."

Protestors also gathered outside the Statehouse in Indianapolis on Saturday.

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