Mike Pence gets haircut in Norristown from barber who doesn’t recognize him

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NORRISTOWN, PA - Tuesday morning, during a visit to Norristown, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence received a haircut from 74-year-old Henry Jones, who had no idea who was sitting in his chair.

The Republican vice presidential candidate stopped for the cut at Jones Barber and Hairstyles on his way to a rally in Pipersville, Bucks County.

Jones and Pence spent about 20 minutes chatting, and at the end of the haircut, the barber shook Pence's hand and asked who he was.

Jones asked, "And your name was?" "Mike Pence. I'm the Governor of the state of Indiana and I'm running for Vice President of the United States," explained Pence." Jones responded by saying, "Go 'head man! Vice president? Oh boy."

After Jones found out who he was, he got excited and called it a historic moment.

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