Pence takes White House health care pitch on the road

The vice president will be in Kentucky on Saturday.

Pence will visit Louisville, Kentucky where, joined by Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, he will meet with small business representatives and participate in listening sessions to discuss the president’s economic agenda and the future of the country’s health care laws, according to the vice president’s office.

“I think you’ll see a lot of travel and a lot of activity by the president and all of the administration,” Spicer said. “This is going to be a very, very aggressive, comprehensive approach to making sure that every American understands and that there is a major problem and we’re here to fix it.”

The vice president has been making the rounds on Capitol Hill, meeting with key conservative Republicans and the White House is already deep into its lobbying operation, including buttering up conservatives with invitations to bowl at the Harry S. Truman bowling alley in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building basement.

“I think he’s in very much of a sell mode,” Spicer said. “The president and his team have worked very hard on this.”