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Mike Pence reveals he hasn’t spoken to Trump since last SUMMER

Mike Pence reveals he hasn’t spoken to Trump since last SUMMER and hints their relationship deteriorated by January 6

  • Ahead of the Capitol riot, Trump said Pence “didn’t have the courage” to object to election results during Congressional certification
  • You know, we talked last summer,” Pence said of Trump. “And, you know, I’ve often said it was hard. January 6 was difficult’
  • “I know I have done my duty under the United States Constitution,” Pence added
  • While Trump wanted Pence to object to President Biden’s election certification for victory, the former vice president saw his role as largely ceremonial



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Former Vice President Mike Pence revealed that he has not spoken to former President Trump since last summer.

He suggested that January 6, 2021 marked a deterioration in their relationship. That day, ahead of the Capitol riot, Trump said Pence “didn’t have the courage” to object to the election results during Congressional certification.

Fox News’ Jesse Waters asked Pence when the last time he spoke to Trump was on his show Thursday night.

“You know, we talked last summer,” Pence said. “And, you know, I’ve often said it was hard. January 6 was difficult. It was a tragic day in the life of the nation.’

“I know I have done my duty under the United States Constitution,” Pence added. “But the president and I sat down in the days that followed. We’ve talked about it, talked through it. We parted ways amicably.’

Mike Pence reveals he hasnt spoken to Trump since last

“You know, we talked last summer,” Pence said of his relationship with Trump. “And, you know, I’ve often said it was hard. January 6 was difficult. It was a tragic day in the life of the nation’

While Trump wanted Pence to object to the election certification for President Biden's victory, the former vice president saw his role in the certification as largely ceremonial

While Trump wanted Pence to object to the election certification for President Biden's victory, the former vice president saw his role in the certification as largely ceremonial

While Trump wanted Pence to object to the election certification for President Biden’s victory, the former vice president saw his role in the certification as largely ceremonial

Pence, once the former president’s most loyal sidekick, only publicly disagreed with Trump in the wake of the 2020 election.

While Trump wanted Pence to object to the election certification for President Biden’s victory, the former vice president saw his role in the certification as largely ceremonial.

Trump, who wants Pence to take action to stop or delay certification, tweeted on Jan. 6: “States want to correct their votes, which they now know were based on irregularities and fraud, and a corrupt process never has legal approval.” got. Mike Pence just needs to send them back to the States, AND WE WIN. Do it Mike, this is a time for extreme courage!’

Pence took a softer tone to his former boss in October, saying the two had “separated amicably” but that the media is trying to use “that one day,” Jan. 6, to “humiliate” Trump supporters.

“I know the media wants to distract from the Biden administration’s failed agenda by focusing on one day in January. They want to use that day to try and humiliate the character and intentions of 74 million Americans who believe we can be strong and prosperous again and supported our government in 2016 and 2020,” Pence said on Fox News’ Hannity.

“But I believe we need to focus fully on the future today,” Pence said, distracting attention from his relationship with Trump.

Meanwhile, Trump portrayed Pence as out of step with Republicans over his decision to certify the election.

“I think Mike was very hurt by what happened in regards to January 6,” Trump said at an event in Florida last December. “I honestly think he’s mortally wounded because I see the reaction he’s getting from people.”

“Mike should have sent those crooked votes back to the legislators, then you would have had a different election result in my opinion.”

Still, Trump has held back his criticism of his former deputy commander, saying that Pence was a “good man” who made a “big mistake” by failing to recognize the “mass voter fraud and irregularities” Trump claimed were inherent in the election results. 2020.

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