Politics & Government

Not so fast, Mr. Vice President: Boy tapped in face demands apology

Vice President Mike Pence gets a high-five from a boy after speaking Tuesday during an event celebrating National Military Appreciation Month and National Military Spouse Appreciation Day. Pence accidentally hit the boy in the face, and the child demanded an apology.
Vice President Mike Pence gets a high-five from a boy after speaking Tuesday during an event celebrating National Military Appreciation Month and National Military Spouse Appreciation Day. Pence accidentally hit the boy in the face, and the child demanded an apology. The Associated Press

One young boy isn’t letting anyone hit him and get away with it – not even the U.S. vice president.

On Tuesday at the White House, Mike Pence spoke during a celebration for military families, as May is National Military Appreciation Month.

During his speech at the podium, while outstretching his arms, he accidentally bopped a child in the face.

Following the speech, the boy persistently but politely went after Pence, demanding an apology – one he eventually got after some time.

The Huffington Post caught it all on video and posted it to YouTube.

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