Don't expect the presidential candidate to refer to the VP as "decent" anytime soon.
The second lady (pictured, center) is in the United Arab Emirates, where homosexuality is criminalized.
Leo Varadkar brought his partner to the home of the notoriously anti-LGBTQ vice president — and he gave a speech praising diversity.
Did Pence stop "believing in scripture when he started believing in Donald Trump?" the gay Democratic presidential hopeful asks.
"It’s easy to say nice things about Pence when you’re not personally threatened by his agenda," the out activist writes in a Washington Post op-ed.
"I couldn’t be more proud of my wife,” Pence said at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Biden backtracked a bit when Cynthia Nixon pointed out Pence's anti-LGBTQ ways.