Pence Labels Trump Administration Cabinet 'The A-Team'

Vice President Mike Pence during his remarks at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) Thursday night praised President Trump's cabinet picks as the best of the best.

"Despite the best efforts of liberal activists at town halls, the American people know better".

"I believe President Trump has given voice to the aspirations and frustrations of the American people since no leader since [former President Ronald] Reagan", Pence said to cheers.

But some Republicans, including Vice President Mike Pence, are convinced that the constituents - angry about losing their health insurance and making it known to their representatives - are just "liberal activists".

According to Los Angeles Times, Vice President Mike Pence said he was "disappointed" that Flynn had previously compromised USA sanctions with a Russian ambassador and denied said conversation when advising the vice president. "They told us if you liked your doctor, you could keep (them)".

"I'm confident that with your help and with God's help - and with President Donald Trump in the White House, I know the best days for America are ahead of us", the vice president concluded. "And I promise you the president and I will work our hearts out to make America safe again", he said. "This, my friends, is our time".

"Israel's fight is our fight".

In this first week of recess in Congress since President Donald Trump took office, senators and representatives have followed the timeworn tradition of going home to their citizens to discuss legislative projects.

"We will restore the arsenal of democracy", Pence said. "This is the chance we worked so long to see". "We gotta mobilize, we gotta march forward as if it's the most important time in the history of our movement, because it is", the Vice President told the audience.

But the movement, which echoes protests by the ultra-conservative Tea Party in 2009 town halls after Democratic president Barack Obama took office, seems to have momentum - to such an extent that many lawmakers have cancelled meetings.

  • Leroy Wright