Pence cancels trip to health care as House vote looms

© Reuters. US Vice President Mike Pence discusses the American Health Care Act during a visit to the Harshaw-Trane Parts and Distribution Center in Louisville.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Vice President Mike Pence on Friday canceled a planned trip to two U.S. states to work with President Donald Trump as the House sought to vote on the Republicans’ health bill, a spokesman for Republicans said. Pence.

Pence had planned to travel to Little Rock, Arkansas and Memphis, Tennessee, according to the spokesperson. The change came as Republican leaders in the House of Representatives scrambled to get enough support for the legislation before a vote later on Friday.

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