Vice President Mike Pence reacts to Hurricane Irma

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Vice President Mike Pence reacts to Hurricane Irma
Vice President Mike Pence spoke at the FEMA headquarters in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. He said Hurricane Irma is a "life-threatening storm." Watch his remarks here.

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