Pence Makes Absurd Statement of Loyalty – Wait Until You Learn Who It Is To

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It seems like Mike Pence is trying to gain favor back from the Trump crowd as he goes on tv shows to state what we all don’t believe.

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Many of us MAGA Trump supporters feel a certain way about Mike Pence, and not much can change that opinion. Yet Pence is making the rounds trying to bring us all back to liking him again.

Daily caller wrote. Former Vice President Mike Pence claimed he “was always loyal” to former President Donald Trump during a Monday NewsNation appearance.


Maybe Pence thinks we forgot about another recent interview he has done.

Daily caller noted. During a recent CNN town hall, former Vice President Mike Pence said the White House needs new leadership.


As noted, former President Donald Trump has recently announced his bid to regain control over the country, but Vice President Pence has refused to say whether he will support it or if he will run himself.

Additionally, the former vice president said Republicans will “have better choices” than Trump in the 2024 presidential election, telling CNN’s Jake Tapper that he would “keep him posted” on his own run.

Seems like Mike Pence is up to no good again, as he has a different message for each audience as he is apparently setting himself up to run for president in 2024. But, he will never garner the support from the MAGA crowd, and it would be hilarious to watch Trump debate Pence on stage. Regardless of that fact, Pence is doing a calculated public appearance tour in order to cultivate different news clips for each audience he needs a certain message to go out. But, he thinks we have forgotten his actions, and we have not. 

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