Manchester, New Hampshire (AP) — Former Vice President Mike Pence is “always proud”, although it is unclear whether he and former President Donald Trump will “agree” on what happened on January 6th. I’m thinking. ” That’s what we’ve achieved for the American people in the last four years. “
Pence gives the most extensive comment to date on January 6 when angry Trump supporters attacked the Capitol at a Republican supper in New Hampshire, where early voting is taking place on Thursday. did. After the Vice President said he had no authority to overturn the victory of Democrat Joe Biden.
“That day, as I said, January 6th was a dark day in the history of the Capitol, but thanks to the swift action of the Capitol police and federal law enforcement agencies, the violence It has been crushed. The Capitol has been secured, “Pence said.
“And on that same day, we reconvened Congress and fulfilled our obligations under the Constitution and US law,” continued Pence. Whether we could see each other that day. I don’t know. “
This was a rare departure for Mr. Pence, who had been loyal to his boss for four years in the midst of controversy, investigation, and bullet each. It was that Pence considered the possibility of running for the White House in 2024, and some Republicans were angry with Trump after the January 6 riots, but most were united around the former president. ing.
Pence praised Trump several times in a approximately 35-minute speech at the Hillsborough County Republican Commission’s annual Lincoln Reagan Awards Supper in Manchester. He made the January 6 event a Democrat. He tried to bring it back and said he would like to cover the rebellion in the news to distract attention from Reagan’s liberal agenda.
“I don’t allow Democrats and media allies to spend a tragic day to undermine the aspirations of millions of Americans. Otherwise, Democrats and media allies, I We are trying to divide our country to promote our country’s radical agenda, allowing our attention to divert our attention. “” My fellow Democrats are trying to divide our country. We must unite and move forward for our country, for our future, for our children and grandchildren. “
He accused Biden of being moderate but becoming the most liberal president since Franklin D. Roosevelt. He said the administration has forced Congress to “COVID bill to fund the large-scale expansion of the welfare state” and is promoting the “so-called infrastructure bill.” Tax increase.
“I say it’s enough,” he said, adding that “we stand strong for freedom.”
Pence also addressed some of the themes preferred by conservative Republicans, emphasizing the need for the state to strengthen the integrity of voters across the country. He praised law enforcement as a hero and said, “Black Lives Matter. Life is not endangered by police. Black lives are saved by police every day. “
He also opposed the “critical racial theory” that sought to reconstruct the story of American history.
Its supporters argue that federal law maintains unequal treatment of people based on race, and that the country is based on theft of land and labor. The notions of being racist in nature and the United States being founded on racial oppression have caused divisions, claiming that there is no place in the classroom.
“America is not a racist country,” he said, prompting one of several standing ovations and cheers during his speech.
“It’s time for America to abandon the left-wing myth of systematic racism,” Pence said. “We commend state legislators and governors across the country for banning important racial theory in our school.”
His state choices, including running in April in South Carolina, are aimed at raising his awareness when considering whether to run for the White House in 2024.
Mr. Trump is acting and speaking more and more as he plans to carry out, starting with a speech in North Carolina on Saturday and embarking on a more public stage of the post-presidential post.
Pence has been working for the Heritage Foundation and Young America’s Foundation since he retired in January, saying his team plans more trips, including stays in Texas, California, and Michigan. Told.
In addition to visiting South Carolina and New Hampshire, Pence is raising money. He will speak next week in another fundraising campaign hosted by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, going to North Carolina for a Heritage Foundation donor event, then heading to California for President Ronald Reagan. A series of speakers, a Republican National Committee donor retreat, and a Young Americas Foundation event, according to Foundation and institute aides.
Among other prominent Republicans, former UN ambassador Nikki Haley said in April that he would resign if Trump decided to run for 2024. Former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was aggressive. Scheduled to visit a state that will play an important role in the 2024 preliminary elections, and sign a contract with the Fox News Channel.