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Trump demands apology from ‘Hamilton’ after cast’s message to Pence

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Trump Calls on Cast of "Hamilton" to Apologize, Saying They "Bothered" Mike Pence.
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President-elect Trump tweeted a require the cast of the blockbuster musical "Hamilton" to apologize after, as he put it, "V.P. Mike Pence was badgering the previous evening at the theater."
"The cast of Hamilton was extremely inconsiderate the previous evening to a decent man, Mike Pence," the president-elect tweeted Saturday morning. 

Trump's tweets came after Pence on Friday night was met with a blend of boos and cheers as he entered the Richard Rodgers Theater in New York City to go to the night execution of Hamilton," as indicated by video from the execution.
Toward the end of the execution, on-screen character Brandon Victor Dixon, who plays Vice President Aaron Burr, made that big appearance and recognized Pence's nearness and included, "We trust you will listen to us." 

Pence was headed out of the assembly room, as Dixon talked. However, a rep for "Hamilton" told The Associated Press that Pence remained in the corridor outside and heard the full comments.
"I see you exiting yet I trust you will hear us," Dixon said. "Nothing to boo here, women and respectable men, there's nothing to boo here ... We're all sharing an account of affection. We invite you, and we genuinely thank you for going along with us here at 'Hamilton: An American Musical' - we truly do. 
 
Dixon proceeded with, "We are the different America who are frightened and on edge that your new organization won't secure us, our planet, our youngsters, our folks, or shield us and maintain our natural rights, sir. Yet, we really trust this show has motivated you to maintain our American values, and work for the benefit of every one of us." 

The performer closed, "We genuinely thank you for sharing this show, this awesome American story told by an assorted gathering of men and ladies of various hues, statements of faith, and orientations."Pence went to the show with his girl, Charlotte, and in addition his nieces and nephew, as indicated by one of his helpers. They were situated in the inside symphony area. 

Amid the musical - which is about the life of establishing father Alexander Hamilton - group of onlookers individuals hailed when thrown individuals talked about the U.S. being a nation of outsiders and that it was so hard to administer. 

At the point when Pence left the theater, he was likewise welcomed by a few nonconformists, including one lady who held up a sign with a line from the musical: "Foreigners, we take care of business." 

Nonconformists yell trademarks at Vice President-elect Mike Pence as he leaves the Richard Rodgers Theater after an execution of Hamilton, in New York, Friday, Nov. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)The Associated Press 

Dissidents yell mottos at Vice President-elect Mike Pence as he leaves the Richard Rodgers Theater after an execution of "Hamilton," in New York, Friday, Nov. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)more +
ABC News' Katherine Faulders, Ines DeLaCuetara and Alexandra Faul added to this report.
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Here are a couple of things to think about Pompeo:
The Basics
Name: Michael Richard Pompeo
Party: Republican
Date of Birth: Dec. 30, 1963
Age: 52
Origin: Orange, Calif.
What He Does Now
Pompeo speaks to Kansas' fourth Congressional District. He has acknowledged Trump's offer to coordinate the CIA, yet should be affirmed by the Senate. 

What He Used to Do
Before his 2010 race to speak to the area, Pompeo was president of Sentry International, a Midwest organization that offers imported pumping units to U.S. gas and oil wholesalers. Prior to that, he established a Wichita, Kansas, organization initially known as Thayer Aerospace, which produces parts for the business aviation, safeguard and space enterprises.
In the wake of moving on from West Point, Pompeo served as a mounted force officer in the U.S. Armed force. 

Instruction
Pompeo went to West Point, where he graduated first in his class, and Harvard Law School, where he was an editorial manager on the Harvard Law Review.
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As a congressman, Pompeo served on the House Intelligence Committee, leading oversight of U.S. knowledge organizations, and the House Select Committee on Benghazi. Pompeo and Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, discharged in June their own particular addendum to the House Benghazi Committee report that denounced Hillary Clinton's authority of the State Department amid the savage Benghazi, Libya, assault, and blamed the organization for deluding people in general about occasions there.
The supplement was significantly more basic than the GOP dominant part report drove by the advisory group administrator, Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C. 

Pompeo restricts the Iran bargain, contending in a late spring opinion piece that it hasn't made the United States more secure. "Congress must act to change Iranian conduct and, at last, the Iranian administration," he composed on Fox News' site. 

He is against shutting the Guantanamo Bay military jail in Cuba, and has likewise pushing for reinforcing U.S. observation capacities. 
 Protesters shout slogans at Vice President-elect Mike Pence as he leaves the Richard Rodgers Theatre after a performance of Hamilton, in New York, Friday, Nov. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
"Powerful reconnaissance, drawing on an assortment of specialized and human insight and went down by thorough examination of all leads, is the most ideal approach to alleviate the risk," of fear based oppression, he wrote in a January 2016 Wall Street Journal commentary.
Pompeo likewise serves on the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
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