Mike Pence opens up with David Muir on Jan. 6: Exclusive

Mike pence opens up with david muir on jan. 6: exclusive

ABC News published this video item, entitled “Mike Pence opens up with David Muir on Jan. 6: Exclusive” – below is their description.

The former vice president spoke candidly with “World News Tonight” anchor David Muir about the insurrection and his future plans.

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