The vice president's description seemed to be a botched copy-and-paste job from messages sent by Donald Jr and Eric Trump
Twitter users put the vice president's description down to a copy-and-paste error from the Trump campaign.
Mike Pence raised eyebrows on Friday when he sent a campaign message referring to President Donald Trump as “my father.” “We need you right now,” Pence wrote in a campaign ad. “It’s going to take EVERY Patriot stepping up if we want to CRUSH Sleepy Joe’s dreams of turning America into a BIG GOVERNMENT SOCIALIST [
Vice president offers no new plans, says all 50 states ‘are opening safely and responsibly’
During a press briefing held by the White House coronavirus task force, a reporter directly challenged Vice President Mike Pence over the actions of his administration as opposed to the guidelines they’re issuing to combat the coronavirus. “It really does sound though like you’re saying, ‘Do as we say, not as we do,'” the reporter [
Two senior officials told The Washington Post Pence had been advised to delay the event because one Secret Service agent on the ground had become ill and several others were showing symptoms.
In Texas, at least five members of a choir and orchestra at a Dallas megachurch visited by Mike Pence last weekend tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the vice president’s trip. That’s according to BuzzFeed News, which reported that church officials failed to quarantine performers after their exposure to infected people — and instead continued holding rehearsals for the rest of the month. Over 2,000 people attended Sunday’s event, where Pence sat in the front row while the choir of over 100...
The vice president ended up taking the trip the following day.
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New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo calls the Trump administration's attacks on mail-in ballots a "setup" so the president can cry foul when he loses the election.