Vice President Mike Pence spilled as he climbed the stairs to board Air Force Two on Tuesday morning, but he appeared to be doing well, recovering and indicating that there was nothing wrong.
When he reached a landing near the top of the ladder, Pence tripped and fell, but quickly recovered and gave a thumbs up to the watchers.
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Pence was on his way to Wisconsin, where he is scheduled to attend a roundtable on school choice with Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos.
“No family in the United States should be denied the choice of their children’s school because of their zip code or income,” Pence tweeted Monday, announcing Tuesday’s trip.
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The vice president is not the first to stumble upon steps to get on or off Air Force Two. In 2018, he helped Belinda Culberson, wife of the then representative. John Culberson, Republican of Texas, who had tripped while descending the stairs after disembarking.