Indiana Gov. Mike Pence said he has "Clinton controversy fatigue" during a campaign stop in Georgia on Tuesday.

"I don't know about the rest of you but I'm starting to experience what I'll call Clinton controversy fatigue. Any of the rest of you getting that?" Pence asked a crowd in Georgia. "I mean ugh, I open up every morning and here's more emails she didn't turn over, showing more stuff about the relationship — I mean I got to tell you but the media is so busy parsing everything that Donald Trump said or tweeted in the last three days that they don't have any time to talk about what the Clinton's have been up to for the last thirty years."

But the Georgia audience seemed less interested in blaming the media for the Clintons' success than expressing its frustration that the Republican Party has lost to the Clintons at the ballot box for several decades. When Donald Trump's running mate took questions from the audience, one man confronted him about the GOP ticket's ability to win.

"For the last several decades, we have been trying, the American people have, trying our dead-level best to stop the Clintons, ever since he was governor in Arkansas. They are crooked, no question," the man said. "But it seems like we can't stop them. They, every time we turn around, we're hearing more about emails and blah blah blah blah blah. All the time. But what good does it do? Can you stop these people or not?"

"You just watch," Pence answered.

On Tuesday, the State Department revealed that there are 30 emails related to the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, among the thousands recovered by the FBI's investigation of Hillary Clinton's private server, according to the Associated Press. Clinton has long suggested her deleted emails dealt with her personal life and not her work as secretary of state.