Indiana Governor Mike Pence closed out the second day of the Conservative Political Action Conference, keynoting the the Reagan Dinner Friday night.
— Mike Pence (@mike_pence) February 28, 2015
Listening to Mike Pence speak at CPAC. He can really deliver a good talk. Makes me think of RR. — Julie (@jffree1) February 28, 2015
Pence opened the dinner discussing his faith.
Mike Pence leads off CPAC dinner speech: “I’m a Christian, a conservative and a Republican,” an order of personal importance for him. — Ralph Z. Hallow (@RHallow_Times) February 28, 2015
Pence hit at the Obama administration on ISIS and hinted at more military spending.
IN Gov. Mike Pence: Mr. President, Jihadi John doesn’t want a job. He wants to see paradise. Let’s help him get there. #CPAC2015
— al_pastor (@istealhotsauce) February 28, 2015
Pence had his detractors.
Mike Pence is such a war hawk, he would have us invade Canada. #CPAC2015
— Madison (@Madison_Dyann) February 28, 2015
The press was mostly a no show to the governor’s speech.
A bunch of press stuck around to watch Gov. Mike Pence speak at CPAC this evening. pic.twitter.com/xF4GAOUS2i
— Rebecca Berg (@rebeccagberg) February 28, 2015
Still, the governor made news and hinted at a presidential campaign.