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As Election Drama Continues to Mount, Pence Reportedly on Vacation in Florida

The Vice President has notably not commented on the election drama as of yet.

Americans have often used vacation as a way to unwind after a stressful period of their lives.

Honeymoons are not only a celebration of love and a focus on one another, but also a way to blow off steam after spending months or longer fretting about every minute detail of a major milestone in your life.  Spring Break comes after a hearty round of mid-term testing.  Labor Day is quite literally the last hurrah before we get into the ultimately tawdry moments that occur around the holidays.

And, after an incredibly deleterious election, there’s no better way to unwind than by taking a few days in the Florida sun, apparently. 

Vice President Mike Pence is preparing for some much-needed rest and relaxation, according to a report.

The vice president will travel Tuesday to Sanibel, Fla., and is scheduled to stay put until Saturday, according to flight logs from the Federal Aviation Administration obtained by the Associated Press.


It is not clear if second lady Karen Pence will be joining the vice president, who has vacationed on the island off Florida’s Gulf Coast several times before.

Back in Washington, President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr are working overtime to contest the results of the 2020 election, and creating a great deal of drama while they are at it.

Vice President Pence, however, has yet to publicly comment on the electoral situation – something that has been noted by a great many members of the media.

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