Mike Pence Is Finally Getting Some Well Deserved Respect From The Media

Mike Pence is a good and decent man. He was an outstanding choice by Trump for Vice President.

While conservatives have known this all along, Pence has rarely been treated fairly by the media.

That may now be changing.

The Washington Times reports:

Gravitas: Mike Pence earns new respect from the media

As chief of the Trump administration’s coronavirus task force, Vice President Mike Pence has upped his profile plenty on the public radar. Mr. Pence is also getting good reviews.

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“He’s a daily, consistent presence on the airwaves. He provides useful info rather than random digressions. He leans on health and medical experts — both at public events and behind the scenes,” write Axios co-founders Mike Allen and Jim VandeHei, in a review of this uncommon surge.

It is his “presidential moment,” they say.

“Pence, 60, a likely contender for the Republican nomination in 2024, has become one of the most praised administration officials during the virus crisis,” they note.

Tech author Scott Galloway said the vice president had done a “reasonably good job” while Politico media columnist Jack Shafer said Mr. Pence “acted less like the ‘coronavirus czar’ and more like a good old-fashioned White House press secretary. He was calm. He was direct. He was polite in face of shouted, competing questions.”…

“Most importantly, Pence seems on the level. The more Americans see of him, the more likely they are to believe what the administration says about this crisis, provided that Pence’s statements about the pandemic hold up over time,” advises Paul Mirengoff, a columnist at Powerline.com.

Pence is going to be on the Mark Levin show on FOX News on Sunday night:

One more thing, Pence and his wife have both tested negative for Coronavirus.

That’s very good news.

 

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