Vice President Mike Pence speaks in the Teague Auditorium at NASA's Johnson Space Center, Thursday, Aug. 23, 2018 in Houston, Texas. Vice President Pence spoke about the future of human space exploration and the agency’s plans to return to the Moon as a forerunner to future human missions to Mars, stating that “soon and very soon American astronauts will return to space on American rockets launched from American soil." Photo Credit: (NASA/Joel Kowsky)
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Vice President Pence will attend Joe Biden’s inauguration

Vice President Mike Pence will attend Joe Biden's inauguration, according to reports from WaPo, NBC News and NPR

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The outgoing vice president will attend president-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, according to a report from the Washington Post that was later confirmed by other outlets. Meanwhile, the New York Times is among those saying that Pence and President Trump have not spoken since Wednesday morning.

President Trump said he won’t be attending the inauguration. President-elect Biden publicly encouraged Pence to attend, out of tradition, symbolism and a peaceful transfer of power.

Snapper Carr

Lucas (Snapper) Carr is a Pulitzer Prize winner recognized for his exposé's. He's worked as a reporter for print, television and once served as Editor-in-chief for CatCo Magazine.

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