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Mike Pence of Indiana speaking at the 2015 Conservative Political Action Conference.By: Gage Skidmore
Mike Pence Contact & Bio Information
Born 06/07/1959 (Age 63)
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Notable Speaking Engagements by Mike Pence
Mike Pence Congress Details
Years in Congress: 01/03/2001 - 01/03/2013
Mike Pence History
Vice President of the United States (01/20/2017 - Present)
Governor of Indiana (01/14/2013 - 01/09/2017)
U.S. Representative from Indiana (01/03/2001 - 01/03/2013)
College Attended: Indiana ('86) & Hanover College ('81)
Degrees Earned: J.D. (Law) Law (86) & Bachelors Degree History (81)
Prior Occupations: Media\Entertainment Worker, Radio Host & Lawyer
Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence faced off at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City for their first and only debate. A couple memorable moments are when the moderator accidently referred to Senator Harris as Kamala Harris, to which the Senator responded "that's fine. I'm Kamala" and when a fly landed on Pence's head. The two repeatedly clashed over the Trump Administrations response to multiple crises gripping the United States, with Senator Harris strongly criticizing Trump and Pence for their inability to help everyday Americans and VP Pence largely sticking to talking points in defense of Trump.
Vice President Mike Pence spoke on the third night of the Republican National Convention to advocate for his and Donald Trump's reelection in November's Presidential election. Pence strongly defended President Trump and how he has conducted his Administration while at the same time blasting Democratic nominee Joe Biden as a tool of the "radical left," even warning that American's "won't be safe in Joe BIden's America."
Vice President and head of the Coronavirus Task Force team Mike Pence joined NBC's 'The Today Show' remotely from Washington DC to speak about the rise in COVID-19 cases. Show host Savannah Guthrie questioned Pence on what experts are saying about how many people could get the virus and what's being done to test and treat the American public. She pressed Pence on hard numbers and Pence said he expects 'thousands more cases' but deferred to experts for exact numbers.