Vice President Mike Pence to visit Lexington on Wednesday

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Lexington on Wednesday

Vice President Mike Pence to visit Lexington on Wednesday

However, in a amusing piece of news, the vice president touched an object that had a sign that said, "Do Not Touch".

With the replacement plan for the Affordable Care Act still in question in the United States Senate Vice President Mike Pence will visit Lexington on Wednesday to discuss the future of health care.

Mr. Pence was at Cape Canaveral in Florida on Thursday.

"Good to know our vice president has the self control of a sugar-charged 3rd grader on a field trip", wrote someone.

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Another told him he "should be an example". One of the people in the picture is Florida Senator Marco Rubio.

Vice President Mike Pence apologized to NASA Friday and jokingly blamed Sen.

But Mr Pence wasn't quite finished.

Pence put out another light-hearted tweet saying it was the not the first this happened: It featured his photo of NASA ignominy but with a porcupine - not the space gear - graced by his hand.

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NASA's social media account tweeted back at Pence, telling him that touching it wasn't a big deal, as they were going to clean it later anyway.

"It was OK to touch the surface. It was an honor to host you!"

The titanium forward bay cover was in a clean room, in which equipment is being assembled for a capsule to take humans to deep space.

"Otherwise, the hardware would have had a protective cover over it like the thermal heat shield, which was nearby".

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