Donald Trump condemned Mike Pence’s 2020 defeat in an interview Monday night and opposed the election of two Supreme Courts, Brett Kavanaugh and Amy Coney Barrett, in a vote to support Obamacare. ..
‘I was very disappointed. I fought very hard for them, but I was very disappointed with their many decisions, “Trump said in an interview with Real American voice host David Brody.
He also argued in an interview Monday that his former Vice President should have done more to stop Congress proving the results of the Electoral College on January 6.
“What do you think of Mike Pence, and what’s the relationship?” Brody asked Trump in an interview, saying that former presidential supporters “never forgive” Pence.
“Well, I’ve always liked Mike, and when you have more votes than voters, and when you have something you know, he sends it back to Congress. I’m very disappointed that I wasn’t there, then, “Trump said.
“I was disappointed that he didn’t return it,” he continued, referring to the results of the Electoral College.
“I felt he had the right to send it back. He should have sent it back. That’s my opinion.”
Donald Trump opposed Mike Pence in an interview on Monday, claiming he was “disappointed” by the former Vice President because he did not “return” the results of the 2020 presidential election.
Photographed Trump leaving the Trump Tower in New York City on June 15 may have done more to prevent Pence from proving the results of the Electoral College on January 6. Repeated the false idea that there is
As Vice President, it was Pence’s responsibility to preside over the Joint Session of the United States Congress on January 6, 2021. Because they vote to prove the results of the presidential elections in each state.
Trump has argued several times since the day of the election in November 2020 that Pence could have prevented Congress from proving the results, but this is not true.
Many Republicans voted against the results in some swing states, but two months after the elections, it wasn’t enough to stop the whole from supporting Biden’s victory. ..
The Vice President does not have the sole authority to block Congress from the obligation of the Electoral College to prove the outcome of the presidential election.
“I think you might have noticed that if he had sent them back, there would have been another president now,” Trump added in an interview.
Pence was widely praised on January 6 for immediately condemning the stampede of Trump supporters who broke the Capitol that day in protest of the election results. Meanwhile, Trump was impeached again by Democrats who claimed he had “incited” the riots with his rhetoric.
Mr. Trump said he did not regret choosing them, despite criticisms when he interviewed two of the three Supreme Court candidates on Monday.
“The second guess didn’t help, but I was disappointed with the many decisions they made,” Trump said in an Obamacare decision last week about Kavanaugh and Barrett.
The Supreme Court upheld the Affordable Care Act with a 7-2 ruling. In the majority opinion, the conservative states that challenge the law did not show enough injury to defeat any part of the law of the same name by former President Barack Obama.
Trump reiterates his claim that there was widespread fraudulent voting in the 2020 elections, which led to his defeat to Biden.
As Vice President, Pence presided over a joint session in which lawmakers recognize the outcome of the 2020 elections.
He did not officially declare his candidacy for president in 2024, but strongly hinted at it and resumed the rally this weekend. He previously said he would wait until the end of the 2022 midterm elections to announce another White House decision.
Pence is also rumored to be considering a primary run after resigning on January 20, 2021, as he stayed in the Washington, DC region, gaining public attention over the past few months instead of returning to India. I am.
Mr. Trump said he sees some as potential running mates, but said he was willing to leave Pence.
One of his most likely running companions is Florida Governor Ron de Santis. He actually came out as a Republican presidential candidate rather than Trump in a vote among conservatives at the Western Conservative Summit.