Mike Pence speaks to National Guard ahead of inauguration
15 January 2021 | 1:08 pm
Speaking to members of the National Guard on Capitol Hill, Vice President Mike Pence thanks them for their service, telling them "We're going to deliver to the American people a safe inauguration, we're going to swear in a new President, a new Vice President, we're going to move our nation forward."
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