Mike Pence.. Trump's vice president is “swinging” on the strings of the presidency in 2024

Updated Friday 1/13/2023 09:33 PM Abu Dhabi time Mike Pence, former US Vice President Donald Trump, vacillation between confirming and denying the candidacy increased the ambiguity of the presidential race in 2024. Although he did not publicly confirm whether he would run for the presidency in 2024 or No, but Pence hinted, in an interview with the American newspaper “The Hill”, that this is possible. Pence and Trump.. the 2024 elections put friends of the past in confrontation Pence renews his criticism of Trump: his speech regarding the storming of the Capitol is “reckless”. The disappointing half-life of the Republicans, and his considerations regarding his political future. Over the past months, the former vice president has stuck to a rigorous travel schedule that included several stops in primaries, promoting his new book and policy proposals from his political group. Pence said in his office in Washington, DC: “In the coming months, we will continue to travel. We will continue to listen very carefully, and we will make a decision in the coming months about the role that we may play, whether it is a national candidate or a voice for our conservative values.” The Hill newspaper said that Pence’s political future depends on the voters’ view of him in relation to former President Donald Trump. Pence was a loyal deputy to Trump for 4 years, but they parted after Pence rejected Trump’s pressure campaign to overturn the 2020 election results. The Republican Party has other, better options in the 2024 presidential race. Trump is the only declared candidate in the Republican Party arena for the 2024 race, but his campaign has so far lacked activity, as the former president rarely travels outside Florida or holds public events, pointing out that Trump’s decision to jump into the race early will not affect his plans for 2024. “In the end, I think it’s a new day. I think it calls for new leadership. And I’m confident that the American people and Republican voters will have better choices by 2024,” Pence said. Pence has increasingly distanced himself from his former boss on specific issues, particularly the events surrounding the January 6 attack on the Capitol. He also explained the difference between him and Trump on another issue, which is “the role of abortion in the election results.” The former vice president, who served for 12 years in the House of Representatives and at times defied party leaders, played down the possibility of a long-running rift between the 20 governors who blocked Kevin McCarthy’s access to the speakership during the first rounds of voting and the rest of the House Republican caucus during the coming months. “I trust that this energetic new conservative majority showed last week that they are willing to stand up for what they believe in, but they are also able to stand together and move forward with solutions that will really get our country back on track for not only economic growth, but also the kind of fiscal responsibility,” he said. That will put us back on the path to a balanced federal budget.” The vice president also expressed support for House Republicans using investigative powers to impeach the Joe Biden administration, including the investigation into the president’s son, Hunter Biden. On Wednesday, House Republicans opened an investigation into the president and his family, requesting information from the Treasury Department and Twitter executives ahead of potential public hearings.

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