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Pence Calls Trump A Coward

Pence is talking reckless.

Former Vice President Mike Pence has expressed his readiness for a potential public debate with his former superior, Donald Trump. Devin O’Malley, a spokesperson for Pence, conveyed that this readiness hinged on whether the former president would have the courage to participate in a debate against him suggesting that he may be too scared to do so. Marc Short, Pence’s senior advisor, echoed this sentiment by stating that they’ve eagerly awaited this opportunity and are prepared to engage.

According to Newsmax, in the lead-up to the upcoming GOP presidential primary debate hosted by Fox News in Milwaukee, Trump has raised the possibility of skipping the event. He has cited his substantial lead in the polls as a rationale for his hesitation to share the stage with fellow Republican contenders.

Pence has been vocal in his criticism of Trump, particularly following the former president’s indictment on 13 counts related to his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election. Speaking at the National Conference of State Legislatures in Indianapolis, Pence asserted that the Georgia election was not stolen and emphasized that he had no authority to overturn the election on January 6th.

Addressing his past partnership with Trump, Pence emphasized the importance of the rule of law, stressing that no one is exempt from it. He affirmed that both the president and those involved deserve the presumption of innocence. He also reaffirmed his commitment to facilitating the peaceful transfer of power as per the Constitution and laws of the United States.

Recalling Trump’s tweet on January 6, 2021, urging Pence to display “extreme courage,” O’Malley questioned whether Trump possessed the courage to attend the debate. In response to these dynamics, Pence expressed his hope that Trump would indeed participate. He also expressed his aspiration for the debate to provide an opportunity for people to gain a better understanding of him as an individual.