Mike Pence revealed the size of his rift with Trump, saying he hasn’t talked to him since last summer.

Donald Trump and Mike Pence at the 2020 Republican National Convention

President Donald Trump and his Vice President Mike Pence at the time.David T. Foster III-Pool / Getty Images

  • Mike Pence said he last spoke with Donald Trump last summer.

  • He pointed out the parliamentary riots as “difficult.” Some Trump supporters sought the death of Pence.

  • But Mr. Pence said they “broke up amicably”, reflecting their recent disregard for the parliamentary riots.

Former Vice President Mike Pence said he hadn’t spoken to former President Donald Trump since last summer, revealing the extent of the crack between the pair since the Capitol riots.

When asked Thursday by Fox News’ Jesse Waters the last time he spoke with Trump, Pence said: A tragic day in the life of the country. “

He continued: “I know I fulfilled my duty under the US Constitution, but the President and I sat down the day after, we talked about it, talked through it, and I We broke up friendly. “

Watch Pence speak here:

For several days until January 6, 2021, Trump and his allies pressured Pence to refuse to vote for the Electoral College and overturn President Joe Biden’s election victory.

Some of the mobs who attacked the Capitol called for Pence’s death while they were inside, claiming to “hang Mike Pence.”

Pence Disregarded that experience.. He recently described the event to the Christian Broadcasting Network as “a tragic day in January” and said it was being used to undermine Trump voters.

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