OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Vice President Mike Pence will travel to Nebraska on Tuesday, surveying the damage from the historic flooding that has troubled much of the Midwest.
Earlier Monday, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds said the Vice President would visit to see the damage. White House press secretary Sarah Sanders later confirmed his visit in a tweet.
Vice President Pence will be joined by Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds.
At @POTUS request, @VP will travel to Nebraska tomorrow to survey the damage from the terrible flooding that’s impacted much of the Midwest. He’ll be joined by @GovRicketts & @IAGovernor. Thank you to First Responders and many volunteers helping those affected!— Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) March 18, 2019