What Did Pence Say, About Trump: Ex-US Vice President Mike Pence said on Friday that Donald Trump was wrong. To believe that his power for reversing the outcome of the 2020 presidential election that. Trump falsely claimed was stolen from him, in a sharp rebuke of his former boss.
What Did Pence Say, About Trump
Following his defeat in the 2020 re-election race. Republican Donald Trump pressed Vice President Mike Pence. To prevent the results from being certified by the House of Representatives on January 6, 2021.
Pence, Trump’s steadfast lieutenant during the turbulent four years of his presidency, decided not to obstruct the process.
Since then, Trump has repeatedly slammed Pence. And he did so again on Sunday. Claiming that the former vice president “could have overturn” the election in his opinion.
Pence’s criticism of Trump was the most ferocious to date. A Trump spokesperson was unavailable for comment at the time of this writing.
At a later time on Friday, Trump released a statement expressing his disagreement with him.
“Everyone knows I was correct. The votes should have been sent back to the legislatures if there is evidence of fraud or large-scale irregularities “It was said by a former president.
A Trump-supporting mob stormed the Capitol to try to stop the certification. While Vice President Pence presided. A group of rioters stormed the Capitol. And Vice President Mike Pence and other members of Congress were forced to flee.
Pence referred to Jan. 6 as a “dark day” in a speech on Friday. On Friday. The Republican Party censured Republican U.S. Representatives Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger for participating in a House of Representatives. Select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol.
The investigation was targeting “ordinary citizens engaged in legitimate political discourse,” according to the Democratic Party.
Right before the November 2022 midterm elections. Republicans aligned with Trump have made false election claims a key part of their campaigns.
To regain control of Congress from the Democrats. In the United States, according to Reuters/Ipsos polls, about 55% of Republicans believe the 2020 election is rig.
After leaving office, Trump has hinted that he might run for president again in 2024, despite fact that he still controls Republican Party.