The gender segregation that prevented women journalists from doing their jobs was a repeat performance of Trump's visit. But this time, the reporters pushed back
Mike Pence is the 48th and current Vice President of the United States, in office since January 20, 2017. He previously served as Governor of Indiana from 2013 to 2017 and was a member of the U.S. Congress before that.
Pence is a born-again Christian who famously said he is "a Christian, a conservative, and a Republican, in that order."
When Pence says: 'We stand with Israel. Your cause is our cause, your fight is our fight', it's clear America is only interested in offering Israel blind political support and abandoning the Palestinians. Real peace must now mean circumventing the U.S. administration
'I don't like being restricted in my job just because I'm a woman. I can't stand it and it's unacceptable in the modern world'
Opinion Let the Left Revile 'Preacher Pence'. The VP Showed What Sincere Evangelical Love for Israel Looks Like
Mike Pence's Jerusalem speech formally ushered in an era of no daylight between the U.S. and Israel. But the Jewish left, obsessed by the Trump administration's 'illegitimacy', can't cope even with a reaffirmation of the two nations' alliance
The brutal removal of Arab MKs to the applause from the remaining lawmakers symbolizes the removal of 20 percent of the population living here from the circle of citizens
Female journalists accompanying Pence separated from male colleagues ■ U.S. vice president earlier met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and toured Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum
The U.S. vice president toured Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, and will soon visit the Western Wall, without the presence of any Israeli political leaders
Speaking from Israel, U.S. vice president says he asked leaders of Jordan and Egypt to convey to the Palestinians that America's door is open to peace talks
The U.S. vice president will tour Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum, followed by a visit to the Western Wall, which will take place without the presence of any Israeli political leaders
The vice president's Middle East trip was originally meant to draw attention to the plight of the region's Christians, but since Trump's Jerusalem declaration, they want nothing to do with him