U.S. Vice President Mike Pence left Friday morning for Europe, where he will spend the next several days meeting with world leaders in Munich and Brussels.
This will be Pence’s first overseas trip since being sworn into office last month.
A senior White House foreign policy adviser says the trip is “an opportunity for the vice president to reassure our allies and our partners and also to lay out our U.S. priorities for the transatlantic relationship on behalf of” President Donald Trump.
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Source: Voice of America