Vice President Mike Pence urged employees to « hold their heads high » at an emotional meeting praising their work – and condemned the mob that besieged them in the US Capitol this week. </ p "What he said was that you should keep your head up and focus not on people's actions over the past 48 hours, but rather focus on … the good you've done," one official said who was present at the Friday chat Washington Examiner.
Pence, who came under fire from President Trump for refusing to stop the electoral college count, received a « rousing » reception at his office in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, the official said > There he added his signature to a wooden drawer in Theodore Roosevelt’s desk in his ceremonial office – a tradition that goes back to President Harry Truman.
Pence also called the family of US Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died Thursday after rioters reportedly hit him with a fire extinguisher.
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