Mike Pence

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.

Trump Boasts Of ‘Single Most Decisive Victory In The History Of Vice Presidential Debates’

Alex Pappas, Daily Caller

Trump's comments, during a campaign rally in Henderson, Nevada, comes after speculation that Trump may be actually frustrated with Pence’s performance on Tuesday night, despite the positive reviews.

Able Slays Kaine

George Neumayr, The American Spectator

Kaine’s labored lines and sweaty lunges contrasted embarrassingly with Pence’s smooth and substantive debate performance. Pence deftly ignored much of Kaine’s immature invective and directed the audience’s attention to Hillary’s failed record and the clear themes of the Trump campaign.

How Mike Pence won the debate

Betsy McCaughey, Fox News

Kaine and Pence disagreed sharply on many issues, but the most striking contrast was in their demeanors. Kaine the pitbull, interrupted, attacked, and parroted again and again the charges Clinton hurls at Trump on the campaign trail and in paid ads. Pence, choose his shots carefully, declining to jab back at every insult, and keep the debate focused on the future.

Pence writes the playbook for Trump

Michael Barone, Washington Examiner

Mike Pence gave Donald Trump an instruction manual on how to deliver substantive responses on public policy issues — and how to avoid diversions into topics, particularly ad hominem attacks, that hurt rather than help your cause.

Trump wins momentum boost from Pence — with Kaine assist

Niall Stanage, The Hill

Pence's apparent victory is unlikely to change the trajectory of the race in a fundamental way. But it does at least turn the page after a miserable period for Trump. Now, much will hinge on the second Trump-Clinton bout, which takes place Sunday in St. Louis.

This November, Abortion Is On The Ballot

Marjorie Dannenfelser, Daily Caller

The Trump/Pence ticket is one of the most pro-life in history. They have committed to preserving the Hyde Amendment, appointing pro-life judges to the Supreme Court, signing the 20-week Pain Capable legislation into law to end gruesome, late-term abortion, and to defunding the nation’s largest abortion chain, Planned Parenthood.

Is It Too Late To Replace Donald Trump With Mike Pence?

By Richard A. Viguerie, CHQ Chairman
Last night Mike Pence laid claim to be the clear and obvious heir to Ronald Reagan with nobody in second place.

Pence Debate Performance Confirms Him As De Facto Leader Of The Conservative Movement

Mike Pence had one job going into last night’s debate and that was to defend his running mate and his positions, but in doing that job effectively he accomplished another much more important job; he confirmed his position as de facto leader of the conservative movement.

Pence previews Kaine attacks on eve of debate

Matthew Nussbaum, Politico

Pence has mostly ignored Hillary Clinton’s running mate this campaign, focusing instead on going after Clinton herself. But Monday night, whether because of the looming debate or the crowd of Virginia Republicans, Pence took aim at Kaine, who has been serving in elected office in this state for all but a few months since 1994.

Networks unlikely to cash in on Pence-Kaine

Joe Concha, The Hill

The vice presidential debate between Republican Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine is not expected to be a ratings blockbuster. More than 84 million tuned in to watch Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump last week, but Kaine and Pence may be lucky to draw a number equivalent to the 51.4 million for the 2012 debate between Vice President Biden and Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.).

Donald Trump is ready to lead

Mike Pence, USA Today

By electing Donald Trump, the American people have the opportunity to choose a bold leader. In a political world often reserved for talkers, Donald Trump is a doer. I’ve come to know the man who invited me to join him on the Republican ticket as thoughtful, compassionate and steady. Above all, I know he is ready to lead the United States as our next president and commander in chief.