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Mike Pence Once Ratted Out His Frat Brothers Over a Keg of Beer

The anecdote tells you everything you need to know about the vice president. Mike Pence Ratted Out His Frat Brothers for a Keg Vice President Mike Pence reportedly snitched on his Phi Gamma Delta fraternity brothers for having a keg at a party on his college’s dry campus and got his entire house in trouble. Pence, then a sophomore at Hanover College, alerted the dean that his brothers we
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