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Mike Pence on Trump in 2024: “Different Times Call for Different Leadership”


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It appears the battle lines are being drawn by Mike Pence for 2024.

Pence has been coy about whether or not he plans to run for president next year.

He’s also been non-committal on whether or not he’d support President Donald Trump again.

However, his tune is slowly changing.

During an interview with CBS News, Pence was asked if he’d support Trump if becomes the nominee again.

Pence gave this doozy of an answer:

“Different times call for different leadership.”

Pence also said that he trusted the republican voters to “sort it out.”

Really now?..

Pence ended the interview by saying this: “I’m very confident we’ll have better choices come 2024.”

I wonder who the ‘better choice’ might be…

The Gateway Pundit reports on how Mike Pence really feels about Donald Trump:

Former Vice President Mike Pence still won’t say whether he’s running for president next year, and he won’t speak ill of his ex-boss, former President Donald Trump. But in an interview with CBS News in Michigan on Wednesday, he also twice declined to commit to supporting Trump if he is the Republican presidential nominee.

Instead, Pence said he believes voters in 2024 will choose “wisely again,” as they did in 2016. But said he thinks “different times call for different leadership.”

“I’m very confident we’ll have better choices come 2024,” he told CBS News political correspondent Caitlin Huey-Burns. “And I’m confident our standard-bearer will win the day in November of that year.”

From the horse’s mouth:

Pence made very similar comments a week ago:

 

The Washington Times has more on Pence’s assertion that the GOP needs a change in leadership:

“The American people want us to return to the policies of the Trump-Pence administration, but I think they want to see leadership that reflects more of the character of the American people: namely the commitment to principle and the civility that Americans show each other every day,” Pence said. “And so, if we enter the fray, we will offer that kind of leadership.”

Pence was asked whether he was making the case that he was the best choice for Republican voters who supported Trump administration policies but not Trump now. Pence didn’t answer directly.

“I promise you, if I become a candidate for president of the United States, I’ll be me,” Pence said. “I will do it all in a way that I’ve always aspired to do, and that is show the kind of respect to people, even of differing opinions, that I think the American people show each other every day.

Some see this as a bad sign for Donald Trump:

is it really though?

Does anyone truly believe that Pence would have the MAGA vote?

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Again I ask…

Who are these “better choices?”



 

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