Mike Pence is already showing himself as a great man, and an even great Vice President for both America and President Donald Trump. But it was during an interview with Bret Baier that Pence let America know what he thought of President Trump.
It was when Bret Baier asked about repealing and replacement Obamacare that Pence really let it be known what he thought of the president.
The sit-down comes as House Republicans push to pass their ObamaCare replacement legislation, which is being opposed by many conservatives, along with hospitals, doctors and consumer groups.
Pence said that the administration will “listen very intently” to conservative leaders who have criticized the GOP’s American Health Care Act.
“This is the bill, but if there are ways to improve that bill to give people greater confidence that we all are going to arrive at the same place where ObamaCare is done and we repealed it,” Pence said.
He said that they are committed to following through on President Trump’s campaign promise of repealing and replacing ObamaCare.
It was at this moment that Pence explained what he thought of Trump:
“President Donald Trump is a man of his word,” Pence said.
Pence even went further, when discussing the resignation of Gen. Michael Flynn:
“Hearing that story today was first I heard of it,” Pence said. “And I fully support the decision President Trump made to ask for Gen. Flynn’s resignation.”