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Mike Pence Gives SKETCHY Answer to Trump Question


We are at a rather unique point in American history, in which a previous presidential candidate was immediately believed to be the presumptive candidate in the next election even before he conceded his first reelection defeat.

Now, as the field of his competitors continues to grow beneath him, Donald trump may need to begin formulating attacks against his own former Vice President.

Former Vice President Mike Pence declined to say Thursday whether he would back Donald Trump if his former boss were to be the Republican presidential nominee in 2024.

Pence, widely expected to seek the nomination himself, suggested that Trump’s leadership style isn’t what the party needs in the upcoming White House race.

His wording left little to the imagination.

“I think we’ll have better choices,” Pence told The Associated Press in an interview in South Carolina. “I’m persuaded that no one could have defeated Hillary Clinton in 2016 except Donald Trump, but I think we live in a different time and it calls for different leadership.”

Pence has not yet made any clear indication of his intentions when it comes to 2024, only suggesting that he and his family will be addressing the possibility in the not-so-distant future.

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