But, according to a longtime associate, Trump also likes to "let Pence know who's boss".
When the conversation shifted to gay rights, Trump allegedly motioned to Pence and joked, "Don't ask that guy - he wants to hang them all!"
During a meeting with a legal scholar, Trump joked about Pence's opposition to abortion and gay rights.
"You see?" Trump reportedly said to Pence.
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White House: Trump's IQ jab at Tillerson was 'a joke'
Tillerson quickly held a news conference to deny that he had ever considered resigning but did not outright deny ever calling the president a "moron ".
In the New Yorker profile of the vice president, White House sources have revealed the kind of "friendship" the two men have. Throughout the cold open, Trump continues to check in with Pence, finding new reasons to tell Pence to bail on whatever situation he's gotten into.
When Pence was governor of IN, he signed a religious freedom law that would allow business owners to discriminate against LGBTQ+ people if they felt like their faith was somehow being compromised.
The New Yorker reports that Pete Buttigeg, the gay mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had tried to talk to Pence about the potential economic fallout of the bill. There was a major outcry: Activists called for a boycott of the state, businesses canceled conventions and the NCAA criticized Pence's action.
The Washington Blade has placed a request in with the White House seeking comment on why Trump would make that joke and whether he thinks the death penalty for homosexual acts is a human rights violation.
Apparently, Trump is prone to asking people who have just met with the vice-president, "Did Mike make you pray?". Pence has described intelligent design as the only "remotely rational explanation for the known universe". Administration members who attend include Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, CIA Director Mike Pompeo, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Mayer writes. In a recent interview with the Christian Broadcast Network, Drollinger said that Pence "has uncompromising Biblical tenacity" and "brings real value to the head of the nation".