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Vice President Pence Pushes Solidarity On Trip To Eastern Europe

Pence said the message he's going to convey is, "We are with you, we stand with you on behalf of freedoms."

TALLINN, Estonia  --  Vice President Mike Pence says the U.S. stands with Eastern Europe as he begins a tour of the region. 

Speaking in Estonia, the Vice President said the message he's going to convey to America's Eastern European allies is, "We are with you, we stand with you on behalf of freedoms."  He also pointed out that President Trump's "America first" policy "doesn't mean America alone." 

Pence even reportedly told Estonia's prime minister that the door is open for possibly putting Patriot anti-missile systems in Estonia. 

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