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"We wanted to honor Dale Pence and the history behind this company."
The official said Pence would attend a "political event" for Sessions and Cruz before heading to Missouri later that day.
Pence's chief of staff, Nick Ayers, said that the planned meeting -- first reported by The Washington Post -- would have included an "uncompromising message" delivered by Pence about the "maximum pressure campaign" the Trump administration is waging to try to deter North Korea from proceeding with its nuclear program.
Many top White House officials have ( ties to the Koch brothers , further magnifying their influence on federal policy-making, and chief among their allies is Pence.
Indeed, Pence's record, first as a member of Congress from Indiana for six terms, and later as governor of the state, is a mixed bag at best.
In 2010, Pence told VVS attendees, "Our present crisis is not merely economic and political but spiritual" and insisted that economic concerns can never trump moral principles.
Pence's job is harder: softening Trump's rough edges and limiting the fallout from what many Republicans see as the nominee's self-inflicted wounds.
At Bella the Corner Gourmet located in the heart of Lewisburg, W.Va., local items are among the top sellers, says Tamera Pence, owner.
No more would three ha'pence be called from the market stall or nineteen and eleven be seen on sales tickets in department stores.
Ask a youngster today "What is 'two and six pence' in pennies" - the answer would be "Eight".
Pence was a 22-year-old outfielder for the Lexington Legends, a Class-A affiliate of the Houston Astros.