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Vice President Mike Pence said he has forgiven ABC's Joy Behar for disparaging remarks she made about him and his Christian faith.

Behar said "hearing voices" is a sign of "mental illness" when told how Pence hears from God.

Pence said he understands that he will be criticized for things simply because he is in public life.

But, he said he had to stand firm against Behar's remarks to defend the faith of millions of Americans.

He called Behar's remarks "slander" but said he forgave the "View" host, who called him to personally apologize.

"She called me. She was very sincere, and she apologized and one of the things my faith teaches me is grace; forgive as you've been forgiven," Pence said.

Pence also called the recent actions of Oakland, Calif. Mayor Libby Schaaf (D) "disgraceful."

Schaaf warned residents of an impending ICE raid on the city, which led to a less-than-expected number of arrests by the federal authorities.

"I spoke to the attorney general about this," Pence said. "The majority of individuals who are being targeted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement had a criminal record."

"So for the Mayor of Oakland to warn them in advance of actions by ICE personnel actually put those law enforcement officers at risk," he said.

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