Cincinnati – Former Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Cincinnati on Thursday with Governor Mike Devine for a round table with members of Ohio’s natural gas and oil industry.
While the subject will be domestic energy, Pence’s visit comes amidst much bigger drama.
On the same day, US House Jan. The 6th Commission is expected to investigate how former President Donald Trump pushed Pence to reverse the election.
Pence did not testify before the committee. But he played a central role in the testimony of the January 6, 2021 uprising. According to the January 6 committee testimony, Pence’s refusal to support Trump’s plan to stay in power angered Trump.
U.S. Rep. Liz Cheney, a Wyoming Republican who serves as the committee’s vice chair, said this testimony last Thursday showed that Trump responded to the rioters’ call for “Mike Pence to be hanged” that “maybe our supporters have the right idea” and that Mike Pence. He deserves it. “
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The round table will not be open to the public. It will be hosted by the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program.
Rap at the home of Nancy and David Achholz, according to an invitation sent by the GOP. Pence will also be in town to raise money for Steve Chabot’s re-election campaign.
Individual tickets cost $ 500 and a “VIP round table” with pens costs $ 2,900.