Vice President-Elect Mike Pence Responds to ‘Hamilton’ Incident


The vice president-elect said he wasn’t “offended,” while Donald Trump took to Twitter to demand the cast apologize.

After the Friday night performance of Hamilton, the Broadway cast of the musical delivered a message to Vice President-elect Mike Pence. In good cop, bad cop style; Pence was unphased, and President-elect Donald Trump used Twitter to demand an apology.


Actor Brandon Victor Dixon explains how the Hamilton curtain call speech originated on CBSN.




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Vice President-Elect Mike Pence got up to leave as Hamilton actor Brandon Victor Dixon delivered the cast’s message that they are alarmed that the new administration may not protect all of them. Brandon Victor Dixon plays America’s third vice president, Aaron Burr. Marlie Hall reports.


CNN’s Inside Politics anchor John Berman puts a negative tone on Trump’s Twitter reaction that demanding an apology from the Hamilton cast.