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    After demanding the FBI search properties President Joe Biden has access to in order to search for classified documents, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) said there is no need to do the same to former Vice President Mike Pence. Cruz also called on the FBI to search the home and business of the president’s son Hunter Biden. On Tuesday, CNN reported classified material had been found at Pence’s home in Indiana. The revelation came as Biden is dealing with backlash from his own mishandling of classified material at multiple locations, including his home. The material dates from Biden’s time as vice president and senator. Appearing on Tuesday’s installment of Kudlow on Fox Business, Cruz called for the FBI to search the home and offices of Biden’s son, as well as the University of Delaware’s archives. He suggested the bureau may find evidence of corrupt business dealings by the Biden family: I believe the FBI needs to search the residences of Hunter Biden and any business offices of Hunter Biden to determine if there are classified materials there, because if these classified...
    Jesse Watters bizarrely claimed former President Donald Trump was permitted to have government documents at his home despite the fact the FBI raided the place to retrieve them. They were supposed to be given to the National Archives when Trump left the White House. On Tuesday, CNN reported classified documents had been found at former President Mike Pence’s Indiana home. The revelation came as President Joe Biden is mired in his own documents mess after classified material was found piecemeal in multiple locations, including his home. The material dates from Biden’s time as vice president and senator. In each case, the former vice presidents contacted the government and returned the documents in question, which were supposed to be turned over to the National Archives upon their respective departures from office. “Biden looks suspicious,” Watters said on Tuesday’s Jesse Watters Primetime on Fox News. “That’s the difference here. Pence found documents. Box was still shut, put them in a safe, handed them right over. Trump had documents. He’s allowed to. He’s president. The librarians knew he had them and he admitted...
    Jesse Watters says he’s disappointed with former Vice President Mike Pence having classified documents because the story is diverting attention from President Joe Biden’s own documents fiasco. On Tuesday, CNN reported Pence had classified documents at his home in Indiana. He returned them to the government earlier this month. The revelation comes as Biden faces questions about classified documents found at his home and at the Penn Biden Center. Those materials date from Biden’s time as vice president and senator. Those revelations come months after FBI agents executed a search warrant of former President Donald Trump’s home where they found hundreds of classified documents. The men were supposed to give the material in question to the National Archives upon leaving office. During Tuesday’s episode of The Five on Fox News, Watters and co-hosts Greg Gutfeld and Jeanine Pirro were beside themselves over the report about Pence: WATTERS: I mean, Pence, seriously. We have this great thing going with Joe– GUTFELD: Yeah, and he just ruined it! PIRRO He did! WATTERS: Come on, man! GUTFELD: Now what are we gonna do?...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence speaks during an event to promote his new book at the conservative Heritage Foundation think tank on October 19, 2022 in Washington, DC.Chip Somodevilla | Getty Images Lawyers for former Vice President Mike Pence said a "small number" of classified documents were found at his home in Carmel, Indiana, last week. Pence's lawyers notified the National Archives and Records Administration of the discovery on Wednesday, according to a letter obtained by CNBC. The classified documents were discovered on Jan. 16 after Pence had outside counsel with experience handling classified documents search his own home and records "out of an abundance of caution," following the news that classified documents were found at President Joe Biden's home and office, an attorney for Pence told the Archives. The discovery, which was reported earlier by CNN, came after Pence said on several occasions he did not have any classified documents. Gregory Jacob, an attorney at O'Melveny tasked with handling Pence's records, said in a letter sent Sunday to the National Archives that the Justice Department sent FBI agents to...
    Former President Jimmy Carter once found classified documents in his home, according to a new report, illustrating the long-running nature of the records-control issues now plaguing President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump.    Carter found the classified materials at his home in Plains, Georgia and returned them to the National Archives, a person familiar with the matter told the Associated Press on Tuesday.  The revelation comes as former Vice President Mike Pence also discovered classified records in his home, saying that like Biden he had turned them over willingly after a search he had requested.  Carter, a Democrat, left office in 1981, but it is unclear at what point the classified documents were discovered at his home and handed in. President Jimmy Carter is seen on his final day in office, a hectic period marked by negotiations to resolve the Iran hostage crisis Sometime after leaving office, Carter reportedly found the classified materials at his home in Plains, Georgia (above) and returned them to the National Archives A spokesperson for the Carter Center did not immediately respond to a request for...
    Rather than abide by the law and submit to a search for classified documents, Fox News host Jesse Watters suggested Tuesday that elected officials should instead destroy any questionable documents altogether to avoid any implication of trouble. In a rare bipartisan moment, he even said that both President Joe Biden and now-former Vice President Mike Pence should have committed federal crimes to clear their names rather than willingly volunteer classified documents they may have mistakenly taken with them from the White House. Watters began the day seeming extremely disappointed by the news that classified documents were found last week at Pence’s Indiana home. “Pence, seriously: we have this great thing going with Joe [Biden],” he complained on the Fox roundtable show The Five, prompting co-host Greg Gutfeld to gripe that Pence “ruined it.” “Come on, man!” Watters exclaimed in agreement. “And then he confessed to it.” A lawyer for Pence who found the documents informed the National Archives immediately, CNN reported. Despite Pence saying in November that he took no classified documents to his home, the search was reportedly...
    Hillary Clintons 2016 presidential campaign was hampered by revelations that she had unlawfully retained classified emails at a personal email server at her home. President Joe Biden also admitted that he had possession of classified documents from his time as vice president, but he returned them to the National Archives. U.S. Attorney Merrick Garland appointed a special counsel to review the classified documents recovered from Biden for a possible criminal referral. Pence is considered one of the possible candidates for the 2024 Republican primary race, but so far, only Trump has declared his campaign. A recent poll found that Pence garnered support from only 9% of likely GOP primary voters, compared to 46% that said they would support Trump. Heres more about Pences classified mistake: Documents marked classified found at Mike Pences homewww.youtube.com Like Blaze News? Bypass the censors, sign up for our newsletters, and get stories like this direct to your inbox. Sign up here!
    At a time when U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland has appointed special counsels to investigate classified documents found at the homes of President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump, classified documents have also been found in the home of another major figure in U.S. politics: former Vice President Mike Pence. According to CNN reporters Jamie Gangel, Jeremy Herb and Evan Perez, an attorney for Pence “discovered about a dozen documents marked as classified” inside Pence’s Indiana home. The documents have been turned over to the FBI, which is reviewing them. The CNN journalists report, on January 24, “The discovery comes after Pence has repeatedly said he did not have any classified documents in his possession. It is not yet clear what the documents are related to or their level of sensitivity or classification…. Pence asked his lawyer to conduct the search of his home out of an abundance of caution, and the attorney began going through four boxes stored at Pence’s house last week, finding a small number of documents with classified markings, the sources said." READ MORE:There are...
    The former vice president said he wouldn't have made the deal to bring the WNBA player home. Former Vice President Mike Pence on Friday criticized President Joe Biden's deal to bring professional basketball player Brittney Griner home after she was detained for nearly a year in Russia, calling the decision "ill-advised." Pence made the comment during a Fox News interview, during which he said he never would have agreed to trade Griner for Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout. "I'm so glad that Brittney Griner has been restored to her family and can continue her career, but to have released one of the most dangerous arms dealers in the world at a time when Russia is advancing a heartless war in Ukraine alone, I think is ill-advised," Pence said, adding that it was an "uneven trade." Pence joined a chorus of Republicans who criticized Griner's release, including former President Donald Trump. Trump called the release of Griner an "unpatriotic embarrassment for the USA" in a post on his Truth Social platform and said the Biden administration should have also brought home...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday that he was concerned about the FBI's raid of former President Donald Trump's home Mar-a-Lago - despite their 20-month estrangement. 'I share the deep concern of millions of Americans over the unprecedented search of the personal residence of President Trump,' Pence tweeted Tuesday afternoon. 'No former President of the United States has ever been subject to a raid of their personal residence in American history.' On Monday, Trump confirmed that FBI agents had raided Mar-a-Lago, after media reports said agents were spotted leaving the ex-president's Florida home and private club.  Trump raged against the move, saying it represented 'dark times for our Nation,' pushing that the Biden administration was going after him as a political target.  'After years where FBI agents were found to be acting on political motivation during our administration, the appearance of continued partisanship by the Justice Department must be addressed,' Pence also said.  'Yesterday's action undermines public confidence in our system of justice and Attorney General Garland must give a full accounting to the American people as to why...
    Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence speaks during the Young America's Foundation Student Conference on July 26, 2022 in Washington, DC. Pence outlined a conservative agenda and took questions about Taiwan and his relationship with former President Donald Trump.Nathan Howard | Getty Images Former Vice President Mike Pence expressed "deep concern" Tuesday about the FBI's search of ex-President Donald Trump's resort home Mar-a-Lago, calling it "unprecedented" and pressing the Department of Justice to explain the shocking move. "No former President of the United States has ever been subject to a raid of their personal residence in American history," Pence said in a trio of tweets. Pence's statement came a day after Trump announced that a "large group of FBI agents" conducted an unannounced "raid" at the Palm Beach, Florida, resort, which has been Trump's official residence since he left the White House. "They even broke into my safe!" said Trump, who was in New York City on Monday when the FBI searched his home. The search was related to a Justice Department probe into whether laws were broken when 15...
    Hunter Pence played for four teams during his extended MLB career, but he’s most well-known for his time with the San Francisco Giants. He made that clear on Saturday. The celebrity softball game during the All-Star Break has been greeted with waning popularity in recent years, in part because the celebrities aren’t really celebrities, and quite frankly aren’t very good at baseball. Pence just changed all that. The longtime San Francisco Giant looked out of place in a Dodgers jersey, and made sure to rip it off after hitting a long home run over the shortened fence. #ForeverGiant @hunterpence staying loyal to the rivalry at the All-Star Celebrity Softball Game ???? pic.twitter.com/8OkWx9fJPN — SFGiants (@SFGiants) July 17, 2022 Pence still has MLB power, as that one almost went over the centerfield fence.Giants: Hunter Pence stays loyal at Dodger StadiumTo be fair to Pence, he was facing former Dodger Andre Ethier, who threw the first pitch behind him to send a message. So, not only did Pence pimp a home run in front of Dodgers fans, he also did so...
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Members of the House committee investigating the events of Jan. 6 will hold their first prime-time hearing Thursday to share what they have uncovered about former President Donald Trump’s efforts to overturn the results of the 2020 election, which culminated in the deadly storming of the U.S. Capitol. Part of their mission: Determining the former president’s actions that day. Much is already known about where Trump was, what he said, and how he reacted. But large gaps remain. What we know: ‘WE FIGHT LIKE HELL’ The day began, as they often did, with calls and angry tweets. As Vice President Mike Pence prepared to preside over a joint session of Congress to count the electoral votes that would formalize Democrat Joe Biden’s win, Trump continued to apply public pressure. He demanded that Pence reject the results by invoking powers that Pence had made clear to the president he did not possess. “States want to correct their votes, which they now know were based on irregularities and fraud, plus corrupt process never received legislative approval,” Trump falsely claimed...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence launched an attack on corporate America for preaching social justice at home while profiting from 'slavery' abroad, accusing companies such as Nike of cozying up to the communist regime in China. Speaking to a conservative audience at the Heritage Foundation in Washington on Wednesday, he warned that China sensed weakness in the Biden administration. And he demanded that President Biden join calls for the 2022 Winter Olympics to moved from Beijing over its human rights record and obstruction in getting to the truth behind the COVID-19 pandemic. But he reserved particular anger for what he described as the double standards of American companies. 'Beijing has exploited modern corporate America's insatiable demand for market access and coerced top CEOs, athletes and entertainers in  not only withholding criticism from the communist regime but in many cases actively singing their praises,' he said. 'American business leaders preach such social justice at home while they profit from slavery abroad. 'They boast of their commitment to the environment while their facilities in China blacken the skies and choke our oceans...
    MIKE Pence has picked up an Indiana mansion with a pool and games room for $1.93million after being left “homeless” when he left the White House in January.  The former Vice President, 62, closed the deal on the five-acre property on May 25, four months after leaving Washington DC with his wife and two daughters to return home to Indiana.  9Mike Pence has bought a $1.93million mansion in IndianaCredit: Realtor.com 9The house was first built in 2008Credit: Realtor.com 9Pence had been left 'homeless' after leaving DCCredit: Getty The luxurious seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bathroom home is located in the upscale neighborhood of Carmel and spans a massive 10,300 square feet, according to the IndyStar.  Pence and wife Karen allegedly splashed out on the estate, spending more than the asking price of $1.8million to snap up the property just a week after it was placed on the market. The stunning home, first built in 2008, is perched on the banks of a large pond with a dock looking out over the water. The grounds also offer an in-ground pool and expansive screened porch. ...
    More On: mike pence Pence who? Here’s whom else Trump would consider for 2024 running mate Pence says he and Trump don’t ‘see eye to eye’ on Jan. 6 — but GOP ‘must move forward’ Pence slams Biden’s foreign policy amid Middle East turmoil Eyeing 2024, Pence makes 1st speech since leaving office Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen have put their Washington DC days behind them and are now living in a $1.93 million Indiana home they purchased last month.  Property records reveal that Pence, 62, bought a seven-bedroom, 7½-bathroom house in the upscale location of Carmel — known as the luxury pinnacle in his state of Indiana. And it appears he offered more than the asking price, as it was initially listed for $1.8 million.  The home was first listed on April 1 and the former VP placed an offer a week later. The sale closed on May 25.  Spanning a massive 10,300 square feet, the estate sits on five acres of land and comes with all the amenities your heart desires.  The home is situated...
    Whether you call it the “Los Angeles leap,” the “Tauch-block,” or something else, there’s one way every member of the Giants will remember Mike Tauchman’s sensational home run robbery that kept Dodgers slugger Albert Pujols from hitting a walk-off blast on Friday night. “The catch of the year.” That’s how Giants manager Gabe Kapler and catcher Buster Posey referenced Tauchman’s leaping grab that required him to reach his glove over the wall at Dodger Stadium and bring back a potentially crushing home run against closer Tyler Rogers. “That’s up there for me for ones I’ve seen in person” Posey said. “I told (Tauchman) that after the game. Not only was it a great catch, but the situation there after giving up the lead, giving us a chance to score there in the 10th, yeah, it’s the catch of the year so far.” Related Articles SF Giants starter Alex Wood gets his Dodgers World Series ring, marvels at Posey’s three SF Giants win wildest game of season against Dodgers as Posey, Wade, Longoria deliver...
    Donald Trump during the Jan. 6 rally where he directed rioters to the Capitol to "fight like hell." Most Americans have seen any number of isolated snippets of video from Jan. 6, when a mob of Donald Trump supporters stormed the Capitol complex—rioters in one hall or another, lawmakers ducking for cover, Capitol Police trying to deter Trump's cultists, and the occasional first-hand video of one person's experience that day.  But watching it all knit together in one chronological video documenting Trump's exhortations and the immediate responsiveness of his cultists is a different—and far more powerful—experience altogether. That's exactly what Democratic impeachment managers presented Tuesday to punctuate their opening arguments that Trump’s culpability is too undeniable and his transgressions too inexcusable by any objective measure to escape punishment. "We will stop the steal," Trump tells his rallygoers in the opening frames of the video. "And after this, we're going to walk down—and I'll be there with you—we're going to walk down to the Capitol ..." Cut to source video from the crowd, with multiple people yelling, "Yeah ... Let's take the Capitol!" Another...
    Former Vice President Mike Pence was spotted Wednesday in the territory of St. Croix, one of the U.S. Virgin Islands in the Caribbean, the island's administrator said. St. Croix Administrator Sammuel Sanes confirmed the political figure's visit to the tropical retreat, his first visit to the island since October 2017. Pence and his wife, former second lady Karen Pence, are couch surfing in the Hoosier State, Indiana GOP operatives told Business Insider. "He doesn't have a home. He doesn't have anywhere to live," an adviser to former President Donald Trump told Business Insider. The former vice president's political future also remains uncertain. Acquaintances in his home state of Indiana speculated that their former governor might consider a bid for higher office. "I doubt very much whether Mike Pence is going to run for another elected office other than president, but he will do the variety of things you need to do to remain active within the Republican Party," Leslie Lenkowsky, an emeritus professor at Indiana University, told the Republic, the local paper of Columbus, Indiana. "I would really be looking...
    Mike Pence is reportedly 'homeless' after being booted from the Vice President's official residence last week.  The ex-VP and his wife, Karen, returned to their home state of Indiana last Wednesday but no longer own property there, according to one former Trump advisor who spoke with Business Insider.  'He doesn't have anywhere to live,' the source told the publication on Tuesday.  There are now rumors the pair are 'couch surfing', either staying with Pence's brother in Columbus, Indiana or at the Indiana Governor's secluded vacation cabin in Brown County.  Several insiders are said to be 'vexed' by the fact that the Vice President doesn't own property. He has reportedly not owned a home in more than 10 years.  Mike Pence  and his wife Karen are reportedly 'homeless' after being booted from the Vice President's official residence last week. Pence is pictured last week Speaking last week, telling fans he will be moving home to Indiana by the summer, but some that may not be the case Speaking last week, Pence told fans that he would be moving home to Indiana...
    MIKE Pence is "homeless" and is now allegedly couch-surfing with an Indiana politician after leaving office. The former vice president and his wife Karen are residing at a cabin that Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb uses as a retreat, a source told Business Insider. 5Mike Pence flew on a government plan to Columbus Municipal Airport on Inauguration Day but his current place of residence is unknownCredit: AFP 5The former vice president and his wife Karen are reportedly residing at a cabin that Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb uses as a retreatCredit: AP:Associated Press An advisor for former president Donald Trump told the news outlet Pence "doesn't have a home" or "anywhere to live" after leaving the White House. Pence flew on a government plan to Columbus Municipal Airport on Inauguration Day to return to his Indiana home town. He landed with his wife and two daughters, Charlotte and Audrey, after attending President Joe Biden's inauguration ceremony on January 20. "Let me also take a moment to say thank you to President Donald Trump and Melania for all they have done to make America great again," Pence said as...
    Loading the player... Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, are reportedly looking for a new home after their free, taxpayer-funded housing officially ended just over a week ago.  The story was originally shared by Business Insider but reposted to other outlets: Pence is reportedly staying at a cabin that Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb uses as a retreat, while two other Indiana Republican insiders say that the former second-in-command and ex-Second Lady are staying with family.  Former Vice President Mike Pence and ex-Second Lady Karen Pence are reportedly looking for a new home in Indiana after their taxpayer-funded free housing officially ended just over a week ago. (Photo by Courtney Pedroza/Getty Images) Pence served as governor of Indiana from 2013 to 2017, when he departed the Governor’s Residence for Number One Observatory Circle, the official residence of the Second Family. According to all accounts, the Pences haven’t owned their own home in over eight years.  Money shouldn’t be a major issue for the former VP, who earned more than $235,000 annually during his four years in office. Pence...
    Landing back in his home state for the first time as a former vice president, Mike Pence delivered a welcome home address to a small crowd on the tarmac, with a brief message to his former boss, Donald Trump. "Well, hello, Indiana. To Lt. Gov. Crouch, congressman Pence, all my fellow Hoosiers, it is great to be back home again," Pence said, at times appearing to choke up. "To be able to fly home to my hometown means more than I can tell you, but to look out at this crowd and, so far, I haven't seen one face that I haven't known for years, and I thank you for that." In his speech, Pence congratulated his successor, Vice President Kamala Harris, and President Biden before delivering a few words to Trump. "Let me also take a moment to say thank you to President Donald Trump and Melania for all they have done to make America great again," Pence said. "We will always be grateful for the opportunity that they gave us to serve and the way...
    More On: mike pence President Trump’s farewell: Read his full speech Pences makes final official appearance at upstate Army base ‘QAnon Shaman’ allegedly sought to kill officials, left Pence a note FBI tracking ‘concerning’ online buzz related to Inauguration Day Former Vice President Mike Pence held back tears as he bid an emotional farewell to his previous office and reentered private life after arriving back home in Indiana. Speaking at a welcome rally for the ex-VP upon his arrival on Air Force Two in his hometown of Columbus, Ind., Wednesday, Pence repeatedly paused to collect himself as he thanked those who supported him in his time in public office. While thanking those who attended his homecoming at the outset of his remarks, Pence’s voice quivered as he told the crowd, “It is great to be back home again.” Pence, who was taken to Indiana directly from Wednesday’s inauguration, went on to congratulate President Biden and Vice President Harris on their swearing-in before turning his attention to former President Trump. Pence’s relationship with Trump soured in recent months, with issues...
    Loading the player... Vice President Kamala Harris won’t be immediately moving into the Naval Observatory.  The official residence of America’s second-in-command has been delayed due to needed repairs. Vice President Kamala Harris walks the abbreviated parade route after being inaugurated Wednesday in Washington, D.C. with new president Joe Biden. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) The historic home at One Observatory Circle will have small household maintenance projects completed, like the replacement of chimney liners and other refurbishments, now that Mike Pence and his family have moved out.  The house was built in 1893 as the residence of the superintendent of the United States Naval Observation. According to The White House, vice presidents often lived in their own homes, but as the costs of making private homes secure increased, Congress refurbished the house in 1974 as the official vice president’s residence.  Read More: President Biden fires Trump’s White House chief usher The Naval Observatory home is 9,000 square feet and features six bedrooms, a reception hall and several lounges. It also features an underground tunnel that leads to a nearby Navy-operated telescope....
    Former Vice President Pence wished new President Biden and Vice President Harris well as he returned to Indiana on Wednesday afternoon, while also expressing gratitude for his time as vice president.  "It's been the greatest honor of my life," Pence said to a small group of supporters, many of whom he said he'd known for years. "It is great to be home back home again. Thank you for coming out," he added. "To be able to fly home to my hometown means more than I can tell you... Thank you for your support, thank you for your prayers. We felt them every day." Pence touted a number of the Trump administration's accomplishments, including "a record number of principled men and women to our federal courts at every level, including three Supreme Court justices, including Indiana's own Justice Amy Coney Barrett." PENCE LEAVES BIDEN REPORT ON COVID-19 TASK FORCE Pence also thanked his staff, his family, and congratulated Biden and Harris. He then thanked former President Trump, with whom he served for four years.  "Let me also take a moment to say thank you to President Donald Trump and Melania for all...
    Conversion therapy is currently still legal in Indiana, the home state of Vice President Mike Pence, who has long been criticized for his anti-LGBTQ positions. But this week, state legislators formally introduced a bill to ban the discredited "therapy" for minors.  Democratic State Senator J.D. Ford has authored Senate Bill 32, which would prohibit mental health counselors from trying to alter the sexual orientation or gender identity of people under the age of 18 in Indiana. Rep. Sue Errington has introduced a companion bill, House Bill 1213.  The measures say that providers who violate the ban would be subject to disciplinary action.  "Conversion therapy is an archaic and unscientific practice that inflicts incredible harm," Ford, the first openly LGBTQ legislator in Indiana, tweeted Tuesday. "My bill, SB 32, ensures the protection of Indiana's LGBTQ community from such cruelty and can save the lives of countless Hoosiers." Conversion therapy is a discredited practice that aims to "convert" a person's sexual orientation, currently banned in at least 20 states. The American Psychiatric Association determined that homosexuality is not an illness that can be "cured"...
    As protesters stormed and vandalized the Capitol in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday, President Donald Trump released a statement telling them to go home. The pro-Trump mob invaded the Capitol as Congress was in the process of certifying Electoral College votes and formalizing Democrat Joe Biden’s convincing victory. In a video message posted to his Twitter account, which can be viewed below, Trump called for de-escalation but nonetheless repeatedly insisted that the 2020 presidential race was stolen by Biden and the Democratic Party. “We had an election that was stolen from us. It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side.” “But you have to go home now,” Trump continued, telling his supporters to stand down and avoid conflict with law enforcement. He stressed that “we don’t want anybody hurt.” Trump reiterated that victory in the presidential race was taken away from him, but warned his supporters against playing into the hands of those who conspired to install Biden. “There’s never been a time like this where such a thing happened, where they could take it away...
    Twitter flagged President Trump’s tweeted video telling protesters to "go home" and maintaining the 2020 presidential election was "stolen" from him, and it restricted engagement "due to the risk of violence," Fox News has learned. The president tweeted a taped video on Wednesday afternoon as violent protests erupted on Capitol Hill during a joint session of Congress to certify the results of the presidential election. TRUMP TELLS PROTESTERS TO 'GO HOME' MAINTAINS THE ELECTION WAS 'STOLEN' AMID VIOLENCE AT THE CAPITOL  "In line with our Civic Integrity Policy and recent guidance, we have placed a label on the Tweet, and have significantly restricting engagement with the Tweet due to the risk of violence," a Twitter spokesman told Fox News. "This means this Tweet will not be able to be replied to, Retweeted, or liked." Twitter’s flag on Trump’s video message stated: "This claim of election fraud is disputed, and this Tweet can’t be replied to, Retweeted, or liked due to a risk of violence." "We had an election that was stolen from us," Trump said in the video taped at the White House....
    More On: DC Protests 2021 NYC man says he stormed US Capitol to fight ‘stolen election’ Capitol protesters loot, vandalize Nancy Pelosi’s office Trump tells his supporters to go ‘home in peace’ Biden calls storming of Capitol an ‘unprecedented assault’ on democracy Vice President Pence is condemning the hoards of Trump supporters who stormed the US Capitol Wednesday, which forced lawmakers to evacuate the Senate chamber and cease Electoral College certification proceedings. “The violence and destruction taking place at the US Capitol Must Stop and it Must Stop Now. Anyone involved must respect Law Enforcement officers and immediately leave the building,” the vice president wrote in the first of two tweets. “Peaceful protest is the right of every American but this attack on our Capitol will not be tolerated and those involved will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,” the second tweet read. The comments were the first from Pence since he was urgently rushed out of the Capitol as rioters stormed the complex. In his capacity as vice president, Pence was presiding over proceedings to certify...
    President Trump told protesters to "go home" Wednesday amid violent protests and a breach of the U.S. Capitol Building, while maintaining that the election "was stolen from us" and that he had a "landslide victory." In a video message posted to Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, the president addressed supporters, saying: "I know your pain, I know your hurt." TRUMP DIRECTS NATIONAL GUARD TO CAPITOL  "We had an election that was stolen from us," Trump said from the White House. "It was a landslide election and everyone knows it, especially the other side." He added: "But you have to go home now. We have to have peace, we have to have law and order we have to respect our great people in law and order. We don’t want anyone hurt." The president went on to say that it is a "very tough period of time—there has never been a time like this where such a thing happened, where they could take it away from all of us— from me, from you, from our country." "This was a fraudulent election, but we...
    Sara Haines said Tuesday that sending Vice President Mike Pence home would be a punishment to Indiana. Haines joined her cohosts on ABC’s “The View” to discuss whether or not Pence would stand with President Donald Trump in his efforts to challenge the outcome of the 2020 presidential election. (RELATED: ‘The Message Matters More Than The Messenger’: Sara Haines Says Biden’s Female Comms Team Is Better Than Trump’s) WATCH: Sunny Hostin said that she didn’t think that Pence was worried about Trump’s future so much as his own, saying that she believed he was conserving his strength and political capital for his own potential presidential run in 2024. “I don’t think vice president Mike Pence should run for any leadership role ever again,” Hostin continued. “Let’s remember he was the leader of the Coronavirus Task Force. To date I think we have over 300,000 Americans dead. Where has Vice President Mike Pence been as the leader of the Coronavirus Task Force? He’s been woefully deficient in leading the country in that effort.” Hostin went on to say that Pence...
    The U.S. Food and Drug Administration Friday approved for emergency use a second COVID-19 vaccine. The vaccine, from U.S. drugmaker Moderna, was developed with the National Institutes of Health. An advisory panel recommended the vaccine for approval late Thursday. The FDA approved Pfizer-BioNTech’s vaccine for emergency use earlier this month. This is the first authorization for Moderna’s vaccine. The vaccine is similar to one from Pfizer Inc. and Germany’s BioNTech that’s now being dispensed to millions of health care workers and nursing home residents. Vice President Mike Pence receives a Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine shot at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building on the White House complex, Dec. 18, 2020, in Washington.The two vaccines work “better than we almost dared to hope,” NIH Director Dr. Francis Collins told The Associated Press. “Science is working here; science has done something amazing.” Now that the FDA has authorized use of Moderna’s vaccine, the U.S. drugmaker will begin transporting millions of doses for health workers and nursing home residents, and they could arrive Monday. As the United States approves this second vaccine, the...
    Second Lady Karen Pence revealed this year’s holiday decorations and theme, “Old Fashioned Christmas,” at the Vice President’s residence in Washington, DC, on Monday. The theme “highlights the simple joys and vintage feels of the holiday season,” a White House press release said, adding that the second lady spent the last few months overseeing the creative design process. In a tweet Monday morning, she shared photos of the Christmas trees in the dining room and other areas of the residence: The cherished memories and treasured traditions of the Holiday Season are on full display at the @VP Residence for an "Old Fashioned Christmas." pic.twitter.com/92KgL7TI4Y — Second Lady Karen Pence (@SecondLady) November 30, 2020 One tree appeared to be decorated with woodland animals such as Snowy owls, foxes, and deer, while another featured red plaid ornaments, toy trains, and bells. “Devers Design in Arlington, Virginia assisted in the design and installation of the decorations. Over the course of five days, workers used 600 yards of burlap and plaid ribbon; displayed more than 1,000 ornaments; wrapped 250 packages; and hung 35 wreaths,” the...
    Madison Summers November 11, 2020 0 Comments Vice President Mike Pence has a challenge for those who have not served in the U.S. military. In a Fox News op-ed on Wednesday for Veterans Day, the vice president wrote, “To my fellow Americans who did not serve in uniform, I have a challenge for you today.” He continued to urge those Americans to find a veteran — “whether he or she came home in the last week or in the last century” — and to “extend your hand and say those words that veterans never ask to hear but they deserve to hear every day. Find a veteran today and say: ‘Thank you for your service.’ Because they deserve to hear it every day.” Pence also noted that nearly 50 million men and women have served in the U.S. military and that there are still roughly 20 million veterans. “Our veterans really don’t consider themselves heroes — most of them reject the very thought of it. My dad, a combat veteran from the Korean War, used to say with humility that the heroes were the...
    Vice President Mike PenceMichael (Mike) Richard PenceScott Atlas: Fauci 'just one person on the task force' Meadows criticizes veteran journalist Lesley Stahl as an 'opinion journalist' Trump plays video of Biden, Harris talking about fracking at Pennsylvania rally MORE voted early in his home state of Indiana on Friday, 11 days before Election Day. Pence and his wife, second lady Karen PenceKaren Sue PenceTrump returns to campaign trail after COVID-19 diagnosis Karen Pence's office defends her appearing without a mask at debate The Hill's 12:30 Report: Campaigns react to virtual debate announcement MORE, cast their absentee ballots in a drop-off ballot box at the Indianapolis City-County Building Friday morning. They both wore face masks and gave thumbs-up to the cameras after voting. “It’s a great honor and great to be back home again,” Pence told reporters. Pence also headlined a campaign rally in Fort Wayne on Thursday evening. Later Friday, he will travel to Ohio and Pennsylvania — both key battleground states where polls show the race tight — to hold consecutive campaign rallies, as part of a rapid push...
    She made a brief appearance during last weekend’s season premiere cold open, but with the vice presidential debate just a few days ago, this week was Maya Rudolph’s time to shine as Kamala Harris. “And now, the thing that will change everyone’s minds,” the announcer said at the top of the sketch before introducing Kate McKinnon as USA Today’s Susan Page, who explained the “buffet-style sneeze guards” between the candidates by saying that one of the two candidates “works for patient zero.” Within moments, Harris was shutting down Beck Bennett’s Pence with a barrage of “I’m speaking” and telling viewers about her plan to smile at the vice president “like I’m in a TJ Maxx and a white lady asks me if I work here” and then later switch to “more of a Claire Huxtable side eye.” Alec Baldwin’s Trump apparently had the week off, but the same couldn’t be said for Jim Carrey, who appeared yet again as Joe Biden, watching the debate from home and desperately wanting to get in on the action. And that’s where the fly...
    A tech worker pleaded guilty on Wednesday to strangling a Utah college student whose disappearance over a year ago sparked a search that ended with the discovery of her charred remains in his backyard. Ayoola A. Ajayi acknowledged he planned the death of 23-year-old Mackenzie Lueck, whom he met on a dating app and arranged to meet in a park. After they returned to his home, he bound and strangled her, then burned and hid her body while police and loved ones searched for her, his lawyer said in court. Ajayi pleaded guilty to aggravated murder and desecration of a corpse in an agreement with prosecutors that removed the possibility of the death penalty. Prosecutors dropped charges of aggravated kidnapping and obstructing justice. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox Ajayi also pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a different woman he met on a dating app. He is expected to be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said the guilty pleas allow Lueck's parents to begin to...
    Democrat strategist James Carville said Wednesday on MSNBC after the vice-presidential debate that Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) repeatedly objecting to being “lectured” by Vice President Mike Pence really hit “home” with women. Carville said, “What stood out to you tonight? ‘I will not be lectured.’ Senator Harris said that multiple times. Women hate to be lectured by men, and she drove that point home. The other thing that stood out to me: She referred to Vice President Biden as ‘Joe,’ a conscientious decision that was made. Two things that struck me again and again. And Pence was a radio guy. Remember, they were being seen all the time, even when they’re not speaking, and Harris was much better trained. She didn’t lose her cool, smiled, took notes. Pence grimaced the whole time. You’re on 100% of the time, radio debate she would have won 55-45. But it was television debate. I’m surprised that his people didn’t train him better for that. But she really won the not speaking, visual part of that debate.” Follow Pam Key on Twitter @pamkeyNEN
    Be very careful in the middle of the street: People have driven into protests 104 times this summer The best cheap burger in every state Four-time All-Star Hunter Pence announces retirement after 14-year career Longtime big league outfielder Hunter Pence announced he’s retiring from baseball. This brings to an end a 14-year career spent with four teams, but he’ll surely be remembered most for his time with the Giants. © Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports After 14 years in the league, Hunter Pence has announced his retirement from baseball. Pence originally broke into pro ball in 2004, selected by the Astros in the second round out of the University of Texas-Arlington. Notably “awkward and unorthodox” as a prospect, in the words of Baseball America, Pence nevertheless played himself into top-prospect status by 2007. He broke into the big leagues with a bang, hitting .322/.360/.539 en route to a third place finish in the National League Rookie of the Year voting that season. Pence continually produced over his time in Houston, earning his first two All-Star nods there, before the struggling Astros...
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Veteran outfielder Hunter Pence announced his retirement Saturday, bringing an end to a 14-year MLB career, ESPN and AP report."Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career, when you have say, 'I am retiring from baseball,'" Pence said in a video on Twitter. "I've given it everything I possibly can, and the game has given back to me tenfold." Nothing can really prepare you for this part of your career when you have to say: I am retiring from baseball.Forever thankful and Gr8ful. pic.twitter.com/XoYTsLkOlu— Hunter Pence (@hunterpence) September 26, 2020Pence, 37, was designated for assignment in August by the San Francisco Giants after hitting .096 with two home runs and six RBIs in 52 at-bats this season.He was part of two World Series-winning Giants teams, in 2012 and 2014. Six years ago, he hit .444 with a home run and five RBIs in the Giants' seven-game World Series victory over the Kansas City Royals.The four-time All-Star has a career average of .279 with 244 home runs and 942 RBIs in 1,707 games. Along with...
    Vice President Mike Pence praised the "selflessness and sacrifice" of the many firefighters who died on 9/11 in a "Fox & Friends" interview at the Freedom Tower "It breaks your heart to think of 343 firefighters that rushed into those towers and never came home, but it also fills your heart to think about the selflessness and the sacrifice that they showed that day," Pence told co-host Pete Hegseth in the exclusive interview, which aired Saturday. BIDEN AND PENCE MEET AT 9/11 REMEMBRANCE AT GROUND ZERO During his visit to the 9/11 memorial at Ground Zero, Pence greeted Democratic presidential candidate and former vice president Joe Biden, who also attended the annual memorial service Friday. Pence later stopped by a nearby firehouse that was the first to respond to the terror attack. Video"On a day like today," Pence said, "I also think of heroes who answered the call of our nation every day since." Hegseth, a decorated Iraq and Afghanistan war veteran, asked the vice president about the administration's planned troop withdrawals. REP. BRIAN MAST: NEVER FORGET SEPT. 12, 2001 AND OUR RESPONSE TO TERRORISM OF SEPT. 11 "How do you make sure it doesn't correspond with...
    Hunter Pence was 24 when he broke into the big leagues on a full-time basis with the Houston Astros in 2007. He was the brightest young star on an Astros team that finished with 73 wins and had several players well past their prime. Thirteen years later, Pence, in his second stint with the Giants, finds himself back in Houston, and is now one of those players whose best days are in the rear-view mirror. But on Tuesday night at least, Pence rediscovered some of that former magic. Pence’s opposite field three-run home run in the seventh inning gave the Giants some life after they fell behind the Astros by four runs after six innings. He was then part of a ninth inning rally that tied the game, as he singled right before Darin Ruf’s base hit brought home Mike Yastrzemski. Brandon Crawford’s RBI single in the 10th scored Wilmer Flores for the go-ahead run, as the Giants earned a x-x win at Minute Maid Park. Tyler Rogers retired all three batters he faced in the bottom of the 10th...
    On a night when the San Francisco Giants enjoyed a historic offensive performance against Clayton Kershaw and right-hander Johnny Cueto carried a no-hit bid into the sixth inning, Gabe Kapler’s squad was in position to secure a rare blowout win against their more talented rivals from Southern California. Giants outfielders Austin Slater and Mike Yastrzemski combined for three home runs and four RBI to chase Kershaw from Saturday’s game in the fifth inning, but no lead against a potent Dodgers offense is ever safe. That’s particularly true for a Giants team that continues to play shockingly bad defense. A stunning misplay from left fielder Hunter Pence ended Cueto’s no-hit bid and eventually cost the 13th-year veteran a chance to secure the Giants’ first quality start of the season, but an impressive night from Kapler’s bullpen helped San Francisco hold on for a stomach-turning 5-4 win. After tossing five no-hit innings to open Saturday’s game at Dodger Stadium, Cueto came out for the bottom of the sixth and induced an easy flyball out to left field off the bat of Dodgers...
    Vice President Mike Pence pinned some of the coronavirus deaths that occurred in the state of New York on Gov. Andrew Cuomo. "Our hearts grieve for the fact that 1 in 5 of all the American lives that have been lost in the coronavirus pandemic were lost in the state of New York, and some of that was because of poor decisions by the state and by Gov. Cuomo," Pence said Monday on Fox News. "I liked it better when he said that President Trump's leadership in the pandemic was, in his words, was 'phenomenal.' He said that repeatedly." Critics have attacked Cuomo for a March 25 order that required some recovering coronavirus patients to be placed into nursing homes during the first few weeks of the pandemic. After initially praising Trump for assisting New York during the pandemic's initial surge, Cuomo, a Democrat, has been critical of Trump's handling of the crisis in recent weeks. "He makes up facts. He makes up science," Cuomo said early last month, adding Trump was "enabling the virus" by...
    SAN FRANCISCO — The San Francisco Giants came back from three different four-run deficits in a six-game homestand in which pitcher-friendly Oracle Park played like a hitter’s haven. A fourth four-run deficit finally proved too difficult for a resilient lineup to overcome. After falling behind 5-1 in Sunday’s series finale against the Rangers, Giants third baseman Evan Longoria and catcher Chadwick Tromp each blasted home runs in the bottom of the sixth to tie the game at 5-5. Thirty minutes later, a mistake-filled seventh inning left the Giants in another hole in a 9-5 defeat that dropped the club to 5-5 through its first 10 games. Rangers slugger Joey Gallo delivered the back-breaking three-run home run on an 0-2 fastball off Giants reliever Tyler Anderson that broke Sunday’s game open, but it was three consecutive walks to open the seventh by right-hander Andrew Triggs that set Texas up for success. .@JoeyGallo24 hits nothing but tanks. pic.twitter.com/7OrmQ8EzGK — MLB (@MLB) August 2, 2020 Pitching in his first major league game since May 17, 2018, Triggs joined the Giants’ bullpen Sunday...
    National Security Adviser Robert O’Brien has tested positive for coronavirus, a senior Trump administration official confirmed to Fox News. The official said that O'Brien contracted the virus outside of the White House. The national security adviser had recently traveled to France to meet with President Emmanuel Macron and was also at a family gathering. DC MAYOR SAYS TRAVELERS FROM 27 STATES MUST QUARANTINE UPON ARRIVAL IN CAPITAL: SEE THE LIST The news comes days after a cafeteria and another eatery on White House grounds were shut down due to a worker testing positive for COVID-19. Those locations were in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, which is home to the National Security Council, although according to the General Services Administration (which oversees the Eisenhower building), the White House Medical Unit was conducting contact tracing and determined that the chance of retransmission of the virus was very low. O'Brien is not the first member of the administration to contract the illness. In May, Vice President Mike Pence's press secretary Katie Miller tested positive, months after another Pence staffer became the first White House employee known to test positive....
    President Trump tweeted solely as soon as Saturday, posting a easy message that praised the late Rep. John Lewis as a “civil rights hero.” Lewis, who had represented Georgia for many years within the Home, died Friday in Atlanta on the age of 80. He had superior pancreatic most cancers. “Saddened to listen to the information of civil rights hero John Lewis passing,” Trump wrote on Twitter. “Melania and I ship our prayers to he and his household.” Lewis, the son of Alabama sharecroppers, made his title as one of many authentic Freedom Riders within the early 1960s. In 1963, at simply 23, he was a keynote speaker on the March on Washington alongside Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Trump additionally issued an official White Home proclamation ordering federal flags to fly at half-staff in Washington and at US embassies and navy bases worldwide “as a mark of respect for the reminiscence and longstanding public service” of the 17-term congressman. However Lewis and the president had been usually at odds. The lawmaker boycotted Trump’s inauguration in 2017, spurring at...
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