Pence also didn’t criticize the show’s cast for addressing him by the stage after the play’s end Friday night, saying he wasn’t offended as well as understood their message.
“I did hear what was said by the stage. I can tell you I wasn’t offended by what was said. I will leave to others whether of which was the appropriate venue to say the idea,” he said on “Fox News Sunday.”
“Apologize!” Trump demanded in one tweet.
Trump resumed those complaints Sunday morning, tweeting: “The cast as well as producers of Hamilton, which I hear is usually highly overrated, should immediately apologize to Mike Pence for their terrible behavior.”
Trump’s tweets have amplified the comments by a cast member, read on-stage after the production.
Brandon Dixon, who plays Aaron Burr inside the hit musical, began the message by thanking Pence for attending the play as well as saying, “We trust you will hear us out.”
“We, sir — we are the diverse America who are alarmed as well as anxious of which your fresh administration will not protect us, our planet, our children, our parents, or defend us as well as uphold our inalienable rights,” Dixon said. “We truly trust of which This kind of show has inspired you to uphold our American values as well as to work on behalf of all of us.”
Pence addressed those comments on “Fox News Sunday.”
“I do want to say of which the basic element, the center of of which message is usually one I want to address as well as of which is usually I know This kind of is usually a very disappointing time for people of which did not see their candidate win in This kind of national election,” Pence said.
“I know This kind of is usually a very anxious time for some people. I just want to reassure people what President-elect Donald Trump said on election night — he absolutely meant by the bottom of his heart,” he said.
“He is usually preparing to be the president of all of the people of the United States of America as well as to watch him bringing together people of diverse views, bringing people together who disagreed with him strongly, seeing him talk to leaders around the entire world. I just want to reassure every American of which inside the days ahead I am very confident of which they are going to see President-elect Trump be a president for all of the people as well as we embrace of which principle. We are going to work hard to make of which principle every day of which we serve.”
The “Hamilton” cast’s message to Pence came after some inside the crowd booed the Vice President-elect.
Pence said he did notice the booing, nevertheless the idea didn’t spoil the show.
“My daughter as well as I as well as her cousins actually enjoyed the show. ‘Hamilton’ is usually just an incredible production, incredibly talented people. the idea was a real joy to be there,” Pence said.
“When we arrived we heard a few boos, as well as we heard some cheers,” he said, “I nudged my kids as well as reminded them of which is usually what freedom sounds like.”