Vice President Mike Pence Blasts The AP For Publishing Wife’s Email Address

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Vice President Mike Pence criticized the Associated Press for publishing the personal email address of his wife, Karen Pence, in a story on Friday about his efforts to block the release of his emails during his tenure as Indiana governor, CBS NEWS reports.

Pence said yesterday that the AP was “violating her privacy and our security” by publishing the second lady’s AOL email address. He tweeted a letter sent by his counsel, Mark Paoletta, addressed to Gary Pruitt, the president and CEO of the AP, saying Pruitt “should be ashamed of your reprehensible conduct.”

A spokeswoman told CBS News the “AP removed the email address from subsequent stories after learning Mrs. Pence still used the account. The AP stands by its story, which addresses important transparency issues.” Read more at CBS NEWS.

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  1. If I was Trump, I would ban any reporter from the AP from joining any press conference until they submit an official apology. What they did in breaching Mrs. Pence privacy is reprehensible and shouldn’t go unpunished. If they are so concerned about transparency, they need to look no further than Barack Obama. He promised the entire Nation that he would be thee most transparent President in US history. Well what happened? The exact opposite.

  2. You don’t understand what they mean ……,they want transparency from republicans so they can dissect and misrepresent everything they say

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