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Pence contradicts Trump on January 6, calling plan to decertify 2020 election 'un-American'

Pence contradicts Trump on January 6, calling plan to decertify 2020 election ‘un-American’

Pence contradicts Trump on January 6

Pence contradicts Trump on January 6

Former Vice President Mike Pence blamed former Donald Trump on Thursday night on the question of reversing the 2020 presidential election result.

He said he will  “always be proud” of what he did on January 6  following a fatal riot of Trump advocates at the US Capitol. He also declared there’s “almost no idea more un-American than the notion that anyone person could choose the American president.”

Pence’s remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California concentrated primarily on putting out a pro-Trump platform for a potential White House run of his own.

But former Vice President also gave a harsh assessment of Trump’s claims, in the days and weeks leading up to January 6, about changing the election results during the official counting of electoral votes in Congress.

“The Constitution affords the vice president no authority to reject or return electoral votes submitted to the Congress by the states,” said former Vice President, contradicting Trump’s claim at his January 6 rally that he could “do the right thing” and deny the vote count.

Without citing Trump by name, Pence stated there are “those in our party” who believe that “anyone person” could elect the president.

“Truth is, there is almost no idea more un-American than the notion that any one person could choose the American president,” said Pence.

Trump keeps going on insisting that the election was stolen, and just this week told an interviewer that he “never admitted defeat” and was “very disappointed that (Pence) didn’t send it back to the legislatures.”

Without citing Trump by name, Pence stated there are “those in our party” who believe that “anyone person” could elect the president.

“Truth is, there is almost no idea more un-American than the notion that anyone person could choose the American president. The presidency belongs to the American people and the American people alone,” said Pence.

Trump keeps going on insisting that the election was stolen, and just this week told an interviewer that he “never admitted defeat” and was “very disappointed that (Pence) didn’t send it back to the legislatures.”

By contrast, Pence acknowledged the “disappointment” of defeat in 2020.

The former Vice President also acknowledged the defeat “disappointment” in 2020.

“Now, I understand the disappointment many feel about the last election,” he stated. “I can relate. I was on the ballot. But you know, there’s more at stake than our party and our political fortunes in this moment. If we lose faith in the Constitution, we won’t just lose elections — we’ll lose our country.”

The obvious break Pence made from the President he worked faithfully for 4 years- and whose mantle he wants to take up for himself in the upcoming 2024 presidential race. 

The former Vice President Pence contradicts Trump on January 6

Pence’s mission is to distinguish himself from former President Donald Trump when necessary while still following himself with the Trump administration achievements that are most familiar with the Republican base. He started that effort at a speech in South Carolina in April, which were his first public remarks after leaving the vice presidency. 

Pence isn’t the only potential 2024 candidate navigating around Trump’s legacy. Nikki Haley, who censured Trump after January 6, spoke to the party supporters in Iowa on Thursday night, repeatedly giving warm stories about how she’d cooperated with him as the ambassador to the UN.

While Pence had mostly avoided talking about January 6 in April, his comments on Thursday night tried to address, but dedicatedly, the false claims caused by Trump.

Throughout the 45-minute speech, the Indiana Republican distinguished himself with Trump’s agenda on problems including immigration, border security, trade, China, and public safety. He spoke proudly of the “Trump-Pence administration’s” achievements in office, asking Republicans to join their “traditional conservative priorities” with the “new pillars” of Trump’s agenda.

He also attempted to appease Trump with Ronald Reagan, the former Republican President and movement conservative whom Pence believes for convincing him to leave the Democratic Party in his youth. In his remarks at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Thursday, Pence directly mentioned those who continue to criticize him for Trump’s failure to now-President Joe Biden, who got the Electoral College on a 306-232 vote.

“President Donald Trump is also one of a kind,” said former Vice President Pence. “He too disrupted the status quo. He challenged the establishment. He invigorated our movement, and he set a bold new course for America in the 21st century. And now, as then, there is no going back.”

Elsewhere in his remarks, Pence led a large amount of criticism at Democrats, like President Joe Biden’s record on migration and his spending plans. He followed the “myths of the left,” criticizing cancel culture and attempts to “defund the police.” 

He also pursued the important use of race theory in school curriculums- a common goal of Republican governors and lawmakers around the nation. 

“Our party must ensure that critical race theory is expelled from our schools, our military, and our public institutions,” Pence stated.

In addition to lowering Democrats for “demeaning” the American founding, Pence gave a subtle warning for  Republicans to keep what he mentioned as the “last line of defense” for the Constitution.

“We must make it clear that the Republican Party will always defend the principles at the heart of our republic,” Pence stated, before offering the defense of his actions on January 6, which he named a “dark day in the history of the United States Capitol.”

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