Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday he was surprised by media criticism of his wife’s decision to teach art at a school with devout Christian beliefs, and said he’s gotten lots of practice in forgiving his critics.
“As a Christian believer we’re charged to pray for our loved ones, but also pray for our enemies. You have lots of opportunities in politics to do that,” Mr. Pence said.
Pence said that as a politician he faces a lot of attacks, and had several pieces of advice.
“No. 1 is, spend more time on your knees than on the internet,” he said, adding, “Forgiveness is a great gift.”
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