Former Vice President Mike Pence criticized President Joe Biden’s sweeping Covid-19 vaccination requirements. Pence lent himself to hyperbole, saying the announcement was “unlike anything I have ever heard from an American president.”
It is very common for Vice Presidents to run for higher office later on down the road. And that is most likely the path that Mike Pence will take in 2024. But the presence of Donald Trump will make things quite tricky.
There is a fierce debate within GOP ranks about what to do with Donald Trump. The majority of Republican lawmakers seem to be on team Trump, though there is a divide between the house and the senate.
But the decision of whether Trump remains the standard bearer of the party or not will come down to Republican voters. While he received plenty of support in certain regions, he did just lose an election by 7,052,770 votes. He also turns off educated voters and suburban women at alarming rates.
Book publisher Simon & Schuster announced it would not cancel a seven-figure book deal with former vice president Mike Pence amid protest from their own staff members. Pence’s as yet untitled memoir is due to be published in 2023.
Former Vice President Mike Pence has launched a conservative political group to take on what he calls “the radical left.” The group, Advancing American Freedom would oppose President Joe Biden and his administration as well as promote and defend conservative values.
Former Vice President Mike Pence has issued his first public remarks about the 2020 general election, accusing Democrats of ignoring “valid reforms and concerns” regarding the election despite there being no evidence that election fraud took place.
Donald Trump doesn’t have much use for friends. His two closest friends were a bodyguard who worked in his administration and Michael Cohen, a lawyer who went to jail for him.
Once the usefulness of the friendship has come to pass, Trump is quick to take the exit ramp. And when Mike Pence decided not to help the former president overturn the election, he wasn’t all that useful anymore.
People from all corners of the political world came out to mourn Rush Limbaugh on Wednesday. Donald Trump broke his media silence by calling into Fox News, OAN and Newsmax.
Mike Pence remained silent after news broke that Donald Trump didn’t care about his or his family’s safety. But Pence used his Twitter account to mourn the passing of “a giant.”
In the last week, nearly every Republican gave their take on the Donald Trump impeachment trial. People like Lindsey Graham gave the ex-president their full support. Others, like Mitch McConnell, blasted Trump but still voted to acquit him.
Many Republicans have backed Donald Trump on the pretense that they will need his supporters in order to win future elections. What those GOP lawmakers don’t take into account, though, is the fact that those people only support Donald Trump.
When Donald Trump won the Republican nomination in 2016, he didn’t really have any political allies. So when Mike Pence was announced as his VP, it was seen as more of a strategic move. Pence was on the ticket to help Trump win the votes of Evangelical Christians.
Assistant House Speaker Katherine Clark (D-Mass.) said a vote to impeach President Donald Trump a second time could happen as soon as next week. The House only needs a simple majority to initiate the proceedings.
This morning Donald Trump spoke to a large group of his supporters and asked them to fight for him. And fight they did. A legion of Trump fans stormed the US Capitol, overwhelmed the police and accessed the building.
Many members of the GOP have given up on Donald Trump’s attempts to overturn the election. They stood by as Trump lost lawsuit after lawsuit but once the Electoral College certified Biden‘s win, a majority of them moved on.
Now that there are multiple COVID vaccines available, lawmakers want to make sure people are taking the shot. If enough Americans don’t get inoculated, it will be difficult to completely eradicate the coronavirus.
Over the last five years, it has basically been impossible to tell if Donald Trump was joking or not. He has claimed that noise from windmills causes cancer. Trump told reporters that Barack Obama left the military with no ammunition. He even alleged that Ted Cruz’s father was involved in the Kennedy assassination.
Leadership is about setting the right example. With that thought in mind, former president’s Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Obama all plan on getting a COVID vaccine while being filmed.
The reason is obvious. It is exciting that there are multiple strains of the vaccine available, they will not hit their objective if enough people don’t take advantage of it.
From the day she took office in January of 2019 , New York Attorney General Letitia James put a target on Donald Trump’s back. None of the questionable actions he took as a New York City businessman would go un-investigated.
Both President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are set to campaign for the Georgia Senate runoffs, which will determine which political party will control the chamber.
President Trump will travel to Georgia tomorrow. He is set to deliver a speech in Valdosta, accompanied by Republican incumbents David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler. Republicans in the state have expressed concern that the president’s presence will undermine their chances of emerging victorious come the runoffs, which are scheduled for January. The president has repeatedly attacked Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R) and state officials since losing the state to President-elect Joe Biden in this year’s presidential election.
Pfizer confirmed it did not work with the Trump administration to develop its coronavirus vaccine, which the company announced is 90 percent effective.
That did not stop Vice President Mike Pence from taking credit for the news, saying that the vaccine was the result of “the public-private partnership forged by” President Donald Trump as part of Operation WarpSpeed.