Pence Tells Vets In Beaver Co. They Need 4 More Years Of Trump

The vice president met with 'Veterans for Trump' Tuesday morning

Shelby Cassesse
December 10, 2019 - 11:20 am

ROCHESTER, Pa. (Newsradio 1020 KDKA) - Vice President Mike Pence visited Beaver County Tuesday morning to meet with about 250 Trump supporters.

Pence showed up an hour later than expected to the VFW Post 128 in Rochester Tuesday and told the “Veterans For Trump” that America needs four more years of the president.

Pence, who spoke for about 30 minutes, talked about what Trump has done for vets since taking office.

The vice president said that Veterans are receiving the highest quality care in the history of the VA and that wait times at the VA are shorter than they are at private sector facilities.

He also said the president is the best friend the armed forces have ever had and has rebuilt the military.

Pence added that they will end military suicide and that a Space Force branch of the military will be established. ‘

Pence also spoke about the impeachment process says that the “Do-nothing- Democrats” have been trying to reverse the results of the 2016 election for the past three years.

He also touted "America's booming economy" and said that the United States will never be a socialist country. 

The Veterans of Foreign Wars post is on Virginia Avenue, just a short drive from the Shell ethane cracker plant where the president visited in August.

Trump carried Beaver County in 2016, 57 percent to Hillary Clinton’s 38.5 percent.

Pence will join Trump for a rally in Hershey Tuesday evening.

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