Mike Pence | Pence ‘Proud’ of His Actions Despite Criticism: Former US vice-chairman Mike Pence said he had been proud of his decision on Thursday, rejecting former President Donald Trump’s harsh criticisms for approving the 2020 presidential win of the Democratic Joe Biden.
Mike Pence | Pence ‘Proud’ of His Actions Despite Criticism
On January 6, pro-Trump rioters began a deadly assault on the building in a last unsuccessful effort to keep Congress from officially accepting the victory of Biden over Trump in a presidential election in November. Pence was in the US capital.
Pence said to the Ronald Reagan President’s Library in Simi Valley, California, “I will always be proud we did our part in bringing the congress back together on that tragic day and fulfilling our obligation under the constitution and US legislation.”
Some of the rioters on January 6 sang threats, including “hang Mike Pence,” who rejected Trump’s demand to block Biden’s certification, which was not the Vice President’s authority.
The violence killed five people. About 500 people have now been arrested for joining the attack.
Crtitics On Trump
There are people in the party who believes I have the authority to refuse or return electoral votes. That certified by the States, in my position as presiding officer during a joint session,” said Pence. “But the Constitution does not grant such authority to the Vice President.”
Biden’s later opening attends by Pence, who is hiding in the middle of the melee. Trump did not participate in the ceremony and ripped Pence out, saying he has no courage.
Mike Pence Wants That Republicans Should Elect
I understand many people’s disappointment at the recent election,” said Pence. “But at this moment, more is involved than our party and our political fortunes. We won’t lose elections if we lose faith in the Constitution; we’ll lose our country.”
Pence spoke when it attempt to assist the Republicans for electing in 2022, and he thought that he runs for the presidential appointment of the Republican people by 2024.
A few participants booed Pence and shouted “traitor” last week in Orlando, Florida, in a conservative Faith & Freedom Coalition conference.
Pence called the Capitol a “dark day” attack in his June 3 address in New Hampshire. He said that he talked to Trump many times, but he could never “see eye to eye” for the January 6 riot.