Many people on social media noted that Pence's former boss, Donald Trump, sure has made a lot of pro-Putin statements.
Former White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin described a frightening behind-the-scenes incident.
The former congresswoman wasn't supposed to be on the phone call, but listened in anyway.
The revelation again raises questions about Trump’s lawyers’ notes mentioning GOP Sen. Charles Grassley presiding over the Senate that day.
The former vice president told attendees that it became clear it was not his time.
Meanwhile, Trump continues to dominate the GOP cash race.
As fellow Republicans blew up House leadership across town, the former vice president urged his party to stand up to Putin and continue assistance to Ukraine.
CNN's Kaitlan Collins questioned Pence about Gen. Mark Milley, the outgoing chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, seemingly criticizing Donald Trump.
This proposal got the California governor's blood boiling.