Pence touts pre-COVID economy, says Trump will appoint ‘principled, conservative woman’ to Supreme Court


Vice President Mike Pence in his ninth Wisconsin visit this year touted the strength of the U.S. economy during Donald Trump's first three years as president and pledged a "principled, conservative woman" will be picked for a U.S. Supreme Court vacancy.
The Indiana Republican on Thursday praised the administration's first-term efforts such as the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement, tariffs against China and a historic corporate tax cut as reasons why the country reached record-low unemployment levels through 2019.
"The forgotten men and women are forgotten no more," Pence said before a crowd o...

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