Mike Pence swears 'of course there’s a plan' to reunite families -- but won't tell anyone what it is
Mike Pence, the Christian nationalist who may be the root of Trump's support among Evangelicals/Screenshot

In an interview with CNN's Dana Bash, Vice President Mike Pence revealed that "of course" the White House has a plan to reunite families. However, he refused to discuss any details of the plan.


Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI), who serves as the chair of the Homeland Security Committee, said that he's upset with President Donald Trump's administration.

"If they've got a process, they're not revealing it to me. These are human beings," Johnson said.

Pence said that he talked to Sen. Johnson but didn't reveal what all was discussed, or what the plan is.

Last week, a federal judge demanded that the administration reunite families with the children, but the administration said that they don't have the ability to do it on the timeline.

Pence focused instead on the families coming across the border illegally.

When asked about the Supreme Court appointee, Pence confessed that his focus is to overturn Roe v. Wade, which many Republicans have claimed Democrats are fear-mongering about the high Court overturning the law.

Watch the interview below: