From a transcript of his appearance on Face the Nation: JOHN DICKERSON: One thing protesters would like to hear is leaders say black lives matter. You won’t say that. Why? VICE PRESIDENT PENCE: As a pro-life American, I also believe that all life matters, born and unborn. But what- what I see in the leaders of the Black Lives Matter movement is a political agenda
He would, but the doctor has not recommended it, he says. But do you hear that Mr. President? He would! Mike Pence, always carefully staying in President Trump’s good graces. Watch for the point in the second term when he begins to “subtly distance” himself and “become his own man” as 2024 approaches. Nevertheless, Trump’s announcement that he is taking it is a bad idea.
The White House will put an end to the coronavirus task force, transferring responsibility to the agencies, Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday. Not sure I get the timing here. There seems to be this air of hopeful illusion in the White House that everything is going to be better by the end of the month and we can get well on our way back
According to the Washington Examiner: Vice President Mike Pence announced that he and his wife will be tested for the coronavirus a day after they found out one of his staffers tested positive for the coronavirus. Additionally, President Trump also shared that he was tested a second time for the virus. Pence, during Saturday’s White House coronavirus press briefing, provided additional information regarding the ill staffer and
Well, they will. They will attach all kinds of conditions to funding for fighting the virus and use it to attack Trump and derail his reelection campaign. He will probably give them what they want, because he has to, both as a political matter and for public safety. Not that Trump isn’t capable of politicizing the issue too . . . Vice President Pence is
This is very nice. But it’s cheating a little bit, they’re not spending the actual day with them . . .
Vice President Pence Thursday assailed the NBC and Nike for their hypocrisy, pretending to stand for social justice — except when it comes to their bottom line, which dictates that they not anger communist China over Hong Kong. All this is true. How about calling on Americans to reconsider buying products made in China, and to call on businesses to start finding other low-wage countries
From the Washington Examiner: Pete Buttigieg criticized Vice President Mike Pence and Christian politicians who support controversial Trump policies as hypocritical, but stopped short of calling them “sinful,” as Joe Biden did. “I’ll be careful to use that word to kind of point out a speck in my brother’s eye,” the South Bend mayor told Religion News Service when asked whether politicians who supported family separation at the
Vice President Pence scrapped a planned event in New Hampshire Tuesday and headed back to Washington for what his office characterized as something that “came up” but was not an emergency. Some news outlets were reporting, more believably, that there was an emergency of some kind. I’d note, without trying to raise alarm, that in 20 years of covering the White House, I cannot remember
President Trump is visiting Japan on Memorial Day, hoping to keep the United States out of another war, this one with North Korea. I’ve disagreed with his methods, but not his motive. He’s at least trying to pick up a can that’s been kicked down the road by the last three presidents. So Mike Pence went to Arlington Cemetery this year to mark the day.
Vice President Pence and former Vice President Cheney started one of those usually cordial discussions at one of those retreats for wealthy and connected people — and then actually got into an argument. According to the Washington Post: A chummy discussion between Vice President Pence and former vice president Richard B. Cheney quickly turned into a vigorous back-and-forth over President Trump’s foreign policy at a