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Pence’s Plan To Replace Trump

Pence is showing his true colors now.

Former Vice President Mike Pence caused controversy recently after he refused to rule out the possibility of him running for President in 2024 during an interview with Fox Business.

What’s worse is the when pressed out the topic, Pence stated that he will at the right time “consider” how he “might participate in that process.”

According to Fox, Pence was asked by Fox’s Maria Baritromo if he wants Donald Trump to run again in 2024.

Pence responded, “All of my focus right now is on 2022. I think we have a historic opportunity to reclaim majorities in the House and Senate, to elect great Republican governors around America and, in 2023, I’m confident the Republican Party will nominate a candidate who will be the next President of the United States of America and at the right time, my family and I will reflect and consider how we might participate in that process.”

Pence then said, “But now more than ever with war in Europe and with an administration seemingly intent on weakening our country, driving our nation toward a European-style welfare state, we need strong Republican majorities on Capitol Hill and strong Republican governors and that’s what we are going to work to achieve.”

“And come 2023, we’ll do as our family has always done. We’ll reflect and pray and consider where we might next serve,” Pence added.

It is well known that Mike Pence and Donald Trump no longer see eye to eye after their fall out following the 2020 presidential election. However, if Pence thinks that he will run against Trump for presidency, he will have to do a lot to rebuild his image in the GOP.

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