VP Mike Pence referenced his manager in a discourse Saturday, and he might not have gotten the response he anticipated.
As he addressed participants of the Munich Security Conference, he noticed that he was there for the benefit of an “incredible boss of opportunity and of a solid national safeguard.”
“I bring welcome from the 45th leader of the United States of America, President Donald Trump,” Pence said.
Pence stopped, maybe hanging tight for a response.
The reaction? Quiet.
After around five seconds, Pence proceeded with his discourse.
A duplicate of Pence’s readied comments given by the White House denotes an “adulation” note after Pence’s welcome line.
The comments likewise show “adulation” notes for presentations of the American assignment, which included Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif. In spite of the fact that Pence gave a yell out to Graham – which was trailed by adulation – he skirted the introduction for Pelosi.
Pence talked as a component of the John McCain Dissertation Award Ceremony, named after the late Arizona Republican representative – who was a vocal faultfinder of Trump.
Watch the full discourse beneath.