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Pence Laughs at the Chaos in Washington

  • Wed, 15 Nov 2017 09:46
Vice President Mike Pence paused, shook his head and smiled when he was asked how, as a “sensible Midwesterner,” he put up with all the “chaos and periodic silliness” in Washington. He took a question from the audience at the 2017 WSJ CEO Council. Photo: Denny Henry for WSJ WSJ.com Video - News

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