ORLANDO, Fla. – Vice President Mike Pence is expected to hold back-to-back campaign rallies Saturday as the November election approaches.
Pence landed in Orlando just after 12 p.m. Saturday, arriving on board Air Force 2.
The Vice President arrived at Central Christian University around 1:20 p.m. Saturday afternoon.
While there, Pence held a “Latinos for Trump” event that last roughly 50 minutes.
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During the event, the crowd of fewer than 50 people chanted “four more years” and “fill that seat,” referring to Donald Trump’s supreme court nominee.
Once finished in Orlando, Pence will host a “Make America Great Again” event in The Villages at 3:30 p.m.
Pence is making in-person appearances just weeks before the 2020 presidential election and come just days after the Vice President debated Democratic Vice President candidate Kamala Harris.
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Pence’s appearance comes as more Floridians test positive for COVID-19. The pandemic was a big topic during Wednesday night’s debate.
Pence, who leads the president’s coronavirus task force, acknowledged that “our nation’s gone through a very challenging time this year,” yet vigorously defended the administration’s overall response to a pandemic that has killed more than 210,000 Americans.
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You can watch both events Saturday streamed online at ClickOrlando.com
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