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Pence radio pool report 10
Tamara Keith • NPR
February 22, 2017: 04:39 PM

More to come. But some pictures.

Pence delivered very brief remarks from the bed of a pickup truck after touring the cemetery. The grave stones are all back in place.

Then he went to another area of the cemetery where a rabbi said a prayer. Then Pence and the governor cleared brush as part of the larger volunteer effort to beautify the cemetery following the attack.

As Pence walked away from delivering remarks he greeted people who had come to the cemetery to volunteer. Many thanked him for being there and the message that sent. One woman asked him how the travel ban was any different than the desecration of the cemetery. Staff and secret service moved us along before his answer could be heard.

Will work to get you the audio ASAP.

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