Mike Pence

Pence: Trump taking a 'wait-and-see approach' on election results

Lisa Hagen, The Hill

The Indiana governor said he and Trump will continue to fight for "more balanced coverage" and make sure voters are respecting the electoral process. Pence says he's "confident" they'll accept the results if the process is "fair."

The Kaine Impunity

Peggy Noonan, Wall Street Journal

Everyone says vice presidential debates aren’t that important, and everyone must be right, but this is how it changed the race: Now there are two Democrats to dislike, not just one. And you can imagine Mike Pence—calm, sly sometimes, occasionally evasive—as a plausible president.

Pence 2020? Republicans tout Trump veep after debate

Gabby Morrongiello, Washington Examiner

Pence's debate performance as less reflective of a calculated strategy used to soundly defeat his opponent or boost his own presidential prospects and more as a display of the Indiana governor's most redeeming quality: his natural comfort in being himself.

Viguerie: Pence evokes memories of Reagan

Greg Corombos, WND.com

“Among other losers [on Tuesday] night were people named Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Paul Ryan,” Viguerie said. “If the ticket were to lose in 2016, and I don’t think they will, I think Mike Pence is going to be the favorite going forward. Win or lose, we’ll see Mike Pence accept the mantle as being the leader of the conservative movement.”

Mike Pence: A Big Reason to Vote Trump

Melissa Clouthier, The American Spectator

Even-tempered and reasonable, factual and clear-headed, informed and sympathetic, Mike Pence sounded like he could be president. He was reassuring.  Tim Kaine made Hillary’s job harder, not easier. He was rude, disrespectful, lied and was just generally a jerk. He looked juvenile and defensive.

Pence right: His, Kaine's Marine son would face email court martial

Paul Bedard, Washington Examiner

It was one of the many moments when vice presidential debate moderator Elaine Quijano shushed Republican Gov. Mike Pence, but he is winning support for claiming that his Marine son, or Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine's, would be court martialed if they mishandled classified information like Hillary Rodham Clinton did at State.