Vice Presidential Candidate Mike Pence Visits KOP’s Tech Tube

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Republican Vice Presidential candidate Gov. Mike Pence, right, recently visited Tech Tube in King of Prussia. Photo courtesy of Gene Walsh, Digital First Media.

Around 250 Donald Trump supporters showed up last month to hear Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence give a campaign speech at King of Prussia’s custom fabricated parts manufacturer Tech Tube, writes Oscar Gamble for Main Line Media News.

Upon arrival, Pence toured the facility, which has grown from its original 11 employees to 300, with owner Gary Johnson. The Indiana governor then delivered a message to the crowd that was tailor-made for the fiscally conservative group the Republican nominees are trying to woo in Pennsylvania.

Pence focused on the positive traits of his running mate.

“You’ve nominated a man who is a fighter, who is a winner, who gets up every day and will fight to make America great again,” he said of Trump.

Pence also echoed the campaign’s sentiment that a Clinton presidency would amount to a third term for President Barack Obama.

Read more about Pence’s visit from Main Line Media News by clicking here.

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