Looks like Pence has still not been forgiven by President Trump.
Just when we thought Pence might be back in 2024 we get a sudden message from President Trump calling him out.
The 45th President of The United States has never formally ruled out former VP Pence as his 2024 running mate, but we have been hearing whispers of others like Ron DeSantis being contenders.
A lot of us think that what Mike Pence did was unforgivable, and it would probably be a great move if President Trump chose DeSantis or someone else as his 2024 running mate.
Take a look:
Conservative Brief had more on President Trump's statement on Pence:
Donald Trump went scorched earth on Mike Pence with a brutal statement and declared that the 2020 presidential election “will go down as the crime of the century.”
Late on Saturday, Trump went after Pence and Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell.
“As our Country is being destroyed, both inside and out, the Presidential Election of 2020 will go down as THE CRIME OF THE CENTURY!” Trump said in a statement.
The next statement took aim at Pence for refusing to send back the Electoral College vote for re-certification.
Here is Politico talking about DeStantis being an alternative VP candidate:
Spokespeople for DeSantis did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Trump’s remarks about the Republican governor of his adopted home state, which come as DeSantis has cultivated presidential speculation of his own. The praise for DeSantis also represents the latest public fissure in the once-airtight relationship between Trump and former Vice President Mike Pence.
Trump has repeatedly attacked Pence for not doing more to reverse the outcome of the 2020 election — a constitutional authority experts agree the vice president does not have — and even tweeted criticism of Pence as pro-Trump rioters stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6 and threatened his life.
Trump has not yet announced whether he will seek another term in 2024 but said on Thursday that he is “100 percent” considering a campaign. His indecision has temporarily frozen a Republican field of White House hopefuls fearful of moving against a former president who remains exceedingly popular with GOP voters.