nearvideo Vice President Pence tours the Rio Grande Valley migrant facilities
Pence and some of the Republican senators a migrant holding facility toured along the southern border, as Democrats on Capitol Hill trying to shame the Trump administration on dealing with cross-border crises.
Vice President Pence said on Friday that he can still fly about the reason for his last-minute decision earlier this month to abandon plans to to New Hampshire and back to the White house.
“Facts came to our attention, to make sure it is appropriate for us, the trip,” Pence told Fox News in an interview in Texas, after a visit to a migrant detention center. “And I can’t talk about it.”
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Without going into Detail, the Vice-President said the reason had “nothing to do with the White house. Nothing to do with the administration.” He said he hoped to be able to talk, that it finally.
“I hope that we will have the opportunity to discuss the reasons for this in the future, but I am very confident that we made the right decision,” he said.
The abrupt resignation on 2. July asked, confusion and speculation. At the time, said a senior White house official told reporters that the situation was not health-related for Pence or President Trump, even in the context of national security.
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Vice-President Mike Pence, who was scheduled to travel to New Hampshire to address opioid crisis.
The unusual sequence of events on this day began as a lot in Salem Pence waited to participate in a roundtable discussion on the illegal drug flow in New Hampshire. But shortly before the Vice President was scheduled to arrive, a spokesman for the event told the crowd that the Air Force Two was able to come to New Hampshire.
Pence’s chief of staff, Marc Short, later told reporters that Pence had boarded the plane, but that the Air Force Two had not yet left the ground. In short, at the time, that the details of the events to the public “in a couple of weeks.”
Fox News’ Meghan Welsh contributed to this report.