Vice President Mike Pence has been keeping busy since President Trump left on his 9-day tour of the Middle East.
Over the weekend, he gave commencement speeches to college graduates at Notre Dame University in his home state of Indiana and Pennsylvania’s Grove City College, which is located just outside of Pittsburgh.
He told graduates, “If you aspire to lead, you’ll need courage, because leadership brings both honor and opposition.”
Pence and his wife also hopped over to Ohio, where they took a tour of a C-17 at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, which is near the city of Dayton. “The airmen and women who serve our nation are incredible heroes,” he tweeted.
— Vice President Pence (@VP) May 22, 2017
After “meeting some great Americans,” the vice president is currently back in Washington, D.C., according to his tweets, getting to work on Trump’s agenda.
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