Former President Donald Trump says Pence partnership over as ex-president’s eyes a potential 2024 run for president.
If Trump runs for president again in the future and gets the nomination for a Republican, he has effectively ruled out naming ex-President Pence Mike his partner.
According to reports, Trump stated in a wide-ranging phone interview with the examiner of Washington on Tuesday evening from his political headquarters and social club in Palm Springs, Florida, “I don’t believe the people would accept it.”
During the 2020 presidential campaign, the former president alluded to challenges that transpired, implying that their differences to resolve. During the legislative certification of Joe Biden’s victory of Electoral College. Trump claimed the election was rigged and asked Vice President Mike Pence to reject the results. Trump, on the other hand, continues to claim the exact opposite, per report.
He highlighted bipartisan negotiations based in Capitol Hill for the change of their Democratic Count Act, which governs the verification of College of Elector’s results by Congress, as evidence that the vice president may have squandered electoral votes in several states, allowing Trump and Pence to run for re-election.
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Meanwhile, Trump stated that moving the GOP’s emphasis to the mid-term elections of 2022 and 2024. Running for president would be a strategic catastrophe, claiming that addressing the election of 2020 is the most important issue for primary Republican voters.
Trump is also not forgiving Pence for rejecting a plan to return electoral votes from Georgia, Arizona, Michigan, and Wisconsin, as well as more states, to legislative bodies controlled by Republicans. He believes supportive state legislators would have given him the votes he needed in the Electoral College to beat Biden.