Vice President Mike Pence returns to Indy to talk tax cuts

Pence in Indianapolis
Pence visits Indianapolis
Vice President in town today

INDIANAPOLIS (WTHR) - "Our hearts go out to the victims, we're grateful for the heroic first responders who are working hard as we speak to get to the bottom of this."

As Vice President Pence made his way around Indianapolis on Friday, he talked about the Santa Fe, Texas school shootings at every stop.

He toured the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, met with military members at Stout Field and finally made his way downtown to speak at a Republican campaign event.

That's where he touted President Trump's tax reform law.

"Over the past 5 months, hundreds of companies have announced bigger raises and a tax cut bonus for more than 5.5 million Americans and that includes 37,000 workers here in Indiana that got a Trump tax cut bonus."

The vice president was met by a handful of protesters outside the downtown Marriott hotel.