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Pence warns NKorea 'era of strategic patience is over'

Associated Press

PANMUNJOM, South Korea (AP) — Viewing his adversaries in the distance, U.S. Vice President Mike Pence traveled to the tense zone dividing North and South Korea and warned Pyongyang that after years of testing the U.S. and South Korea with its nuclear ambitions, "the era of strategic patience is over."


Amid tensions, Pence visits military camp near Korean DMZ

Associated Press

CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea (AP) — President Donald Trump asserted on Sunday that China was working with the United States on "the North Korea problem," and his vice president visited a military base near the Demilitarized Zone separating the Koreas a day after the North conducted a failed missile launch.


Pence warns NKorea 'era of strategic patience is over'

Associated Press

PANMUNJOM, South Korea (AP) — U.S. Vice President Mike Pence declared Monday the "era of strategic patience is over" with North Korea, expressing impatience with the unwillingness of the regime to move toward ridding itself of nuclear weapons and ballistic missiles.


Amid tensions, Pence visits military camp near Korean DMZ

Associated Press

CAMP BONIFAS, South Korea (AP) — President Donald Trump asserted on Sunday that China was working with the United States on "the North Korea problem," and his vice president visited a military base near the Demilitarized Zone separating the Koreas a day after the North conducted a failed missile launch.


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Los Angeles Times

In a convention marked by the unconventional, Mike Pence made his mark Thursday night by sticking with a traditional script. The Indiana governor hit all the standard notes for a high-profile political address Wednesday night: introducing himself to unfamiliar voters, extolling his running mate and making an explicit appeal to independent and Democratic voters. That typical approach has been in short supply at the GOP nominating confab in Cleveland, with its outsized focus on base-pleasing issues like Benghazi and speakers whose anti-Hillary Clinton rhetoric is matched only by the audience's preferred chant of "Lock her up!" Pence specifically mentioned union members, African Americans and Latinos as voters who would be drawn into the GOP ticket's promise to "make America great again."