Pence Pokes At Clinton’s Post-Election Plans In Colorado Springs

Donald Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, poked fun at Hillary Clinton for perhaps being a bit too presumptuous about her plans after the November election.

Addressing a rally in Colorado Springs, Pence noted that Clinton said earlier Wednesday that she plans to reach out to GOP leaders in Congress.

Pence says that assumes Clinton will win — and she may not.

He laughed as he told the cheering crowd he's "really glad" that when Clinton is "a private citizen, she's going to meet with the Republican leadership."

The Colorado Springs Gazette reported that Pence used his speech to outline Trump’s plans for tax reform, ending illegal immigration, and cutting regulations. The VP candidate told the rally that, “if you make sure Colorado is ready, we will elect Donald Trump the 45th president.”