Pence postpones major policy speech at Heritage as result of severe weather, flight delays

The 48th vice president and potential 2024 presidential candidate was set to give a policy speech on American freedom

Updated: July 25, 2022 - 5:01pm

Former Vice President Mike Pence was forced to postpone his speech Monday in Washington, D.C., at the Heritage Foundation because of inclement weather and related travel issues.

"Due to unexpected severe weather and flight delays, the program with Vice President Pence is postponed for this evening, July 25," the foundation said. "We are working to reschedule for a new date and time and will follow up as soon it is confirmed."

The 48th vice president and potential 2024 presidential candidate was set to give a policy speech on American freedom.