Vice President Pence Visits the NHIOP for Politics & Eggs

By Kevin Chrisom '22 | November 12, 2019

Mike Pence

Vice President Mike Pence visited the New Hampshire Institute of Politics (NHIOP) on November 7 to address a crowd gathered for Politics & Eggs.

The Vice President traveled to New Hampshire to file President Donald Trump’s name on the ballot for the upcoming New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary in 2020.

Before his remarks, the Vice President thanked those in attendance including Saint Anselm College President Dr. Joseph Favazza, members of the New England Council, NHIOP staff, students, and elected officials.

Pence gave an energetic address on why he believes that he and President Trump should be given another four years in the White House.

The Vice President spoke about a wide array of issues facing the nation including the opioid crisis, the USMCA, taxes, immigration, and much more. He also remarked on the improving economy.

Pence recalled the time that President Trump visited the NHIOP back in June of 2016 when he was a candidate for the Republican nomination and how Trump laid out his vision for America. Pence stated that President Trump has “made America great again,” and that it is in the hands of the people of New Hampshire to “help keep America great.”

The Vice President argued that President Trump is the best choice for America. He asserted that both he and the President would return to New Hampshire many times to campaign in hopes of winning the state back in 2020.

After his remarks, the Vice President took pictures and said hello to students and attendees.

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