'I think it's time to wrap it up'

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Pressed on the reported payments left to Cohen's corporation, Pence explained that is clearly a "personal matter" and "some thing that I have no any knowledge of". "What I think is that it's been about a year since this investigation began".

Pence told NBC News following the release of three Americans held by North Korea.

The vice president told CBS on Thursday that he reached out to the family of Warmbier, a student who was savagely beaten during his imprisonment in North Korea and later died in the USA, amid the whirlwind of bringing home Kim Dong Chul, Kim Hak Song and Tony Kim.

"Our Secretary of State Mike Pompeo did a remarkable job overseeing the release of Kim Dong Chul, Tony Kim, and Kim Hak Song - and to them I say: safe travels and welcome home".

Greg Pence, Vice President Mike Pence's older brother, is running for Congress and looks to have a real shot at winning, despite having no prior political experience.

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Pence said in a recent interview that his family name is a "good name" and that he prefers meeting voters instead of debating.

The last time an American prisoner was released from North Korea, in June, the then-top USA nuclear envoy, Joseph Yun, flew into Pyongyang. And it's because I think the president senses an opening that may result in a historic agreement. However, he was easily able to win the primary in the deeply-red state because of his famous younger brother and his vocal support for President Donald Trump. "If they have an open mind to that, this is something we'd consider".

PENCE: I believe we are always interested in opportunities to bring Americans home.

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