In the first 99 days of Donald Trump’s drama-filled presidency, one prominent administration official seems to have done the impossible. Vice President Mike Pence has delicately sidestepped the infighting, scandals and staff shakeups that have dragged down many of Trump’s aides, instead taking his cues from the president as he shapes one of the most consequential jobs in the world. While many vice presidents angle for power inside the West Wing, Pence has defined his role narrowly.
Sens. Orrin Hatch and Rob Portman walk from an all-Senators briefing on North Korea in the White House complex on April 26. | AP Photo Senators hauled to White House for rare classified briefing President Donald Trump spoke briefly at the all-senators session.