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Pence said it was ‘one of the coolest birthday cakes’ he’s ever had

Pence welcomed new astronauts in a ceremony at NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

On Wednesday, Vice President Mike Pence celebrated his 58th birthday as anybody would, with colorful balloons and party hats — but instead of a backyard bash, Pence hopped aboard an Air Force Two en route to Houston to welcome 12 new astronauts in a ceremony at NASA's Johnson Space Center, ABC News reported.

When he arrived in Houston, Pence was presented with a NASA birthday cake that read: “Happy Birthday Vice President Pence.”

Pence tweeted a picture of the cake, which featured red, white, and blue frosting along with NASA’s logo. The agency told The Daily Meal that the cake was made by NASA official Ginger Kerrick.


One of the coolest birthday cakes I've ever had. Thanks, @NASA! pic.twitter.com/4D8zbX6xN4

— Vice President Pence (@VP) June 7, 2017

“One of the coolest birthday cakes I've ever had. Thanks, @NASA!" Pence tweeted.

A flight aboard an Air Force Two and a cake from NASA weren’t the only things the vice president got for his birthday — Planned Parenthood trolled Pence, a staunch critic of the nonprofit, with a fundraiser to collect donations under his name.


It's this guy's birthday! Send @mike_pence well wishes today by donating to Planned Parenthood in his name. Txt 41444; 58pence #IStandWithPP pic.twitter.com/7wbyGpgvj5

— PPMW-AF (@PPMW_ACT) June 7, 2017

To read about how to celebrate milestone birthdays, click here.


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

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Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”


Vice President Mike Pence vacationing in Sanibel Island -- a 30-year tradition

article

Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence addresses to members of the Venezuelan exile community at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Miami Beach, USA on August 23, 2017. (Photo by Raul E. Diego/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)

SANIBEL ISLAND, Fla. - The laid-back atmosphere and sandy shores of Sanibel Island in Florida is a destination for many -- even one certain vice president. 

Mike Pence is expected to begin his vacation on the Lee Count island on Tuesday. He&aposs been visiting the area for 30 years -- long before he got to the White House.

According to WINK, flight restrictions at RSW Airport begins at 5:15 p.m. Those living on the island say the roads are blocked off an hour before and after Pence arrives.

“When he was governor, he came here, and he didn’t have any Secret Service with him of course,” said Matt Asen, owner of The Sanibel Owner. 𠇊nd then he came back here a couple of years ago as vice president with the Secret Service, and they wand people at the doors. They had people watching us cook the food, so we don’t poison him or whatever they think we’re gonna do, and it’s kind of a big production.”

Asen told WINK that the vice president&aposs visit is good for business.

“Of course, with the election, I don’t know if he’s in a good mood or not,” Asen said. “We’ll make room for him and take good care of him and his wife.”



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