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VP Pence to Lead US Delegation to Pyeongchang Olympics

Pence will stress U.S. commitment to stability in the region to leaders of South Korea and Japan, The White House said

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    A White House official said Wednesday that Pence will attend the games, scheduled for Feb. 8-25 in Pyeongchang.

    Pence will also stop in Alaska to review intercontinental ballistic missile defense systems and in Japan. The White House says Pence will stress U.S. commitment to stability in the region to leaders of South Korea and Japan.

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