Pence returns to hometown after time in Washington

Former Vice President Mike Pence returned to his hometown of Columbus yesterday, with plans to return to Indiana for good this summer.

His wife, Karen, pointed out that the plane that brought them home again, Air Force Two, was the exact plane that took them to Washington D.C. four years ago.

Pence and his wife were welcomed by the lieutenant governor, his brother Congressman Greg Pence and a small crowd of well-wishers.

The former congressman, governor and now vice president, choked up looking over the crowd greeting his return to Columbus Municipal Airport.

He thanked his extended family, his children and their spouses, his wife and Jesus Christ for the journey to vice president.