Speaking at the annual dinner with reporters, Pence said history will “hold Trump accountable” for what happened on January 6, 2021 during the Capitol storming.
“President Trump made a mistake,” Pence said in a speech earlier in the day. Trump later addressed mobs of angry followers and wanted Pence as Senate president to stop Joe Biden’s election victory. “I have no right to alter the election results. His reckless words put my family and everyone in the Capitol at risk that day.
Trump has already announced that he will run for president, but there are whispers in Washington that Pence will also win. Trump has distanced himself from such statements. At Saturday’s Pence speaking dinner, which is usually a lighthearted, humorous affair, he began his speech with a joke: “I would wholeheartedly and unreservedly support the Republican nominee … if it were me.”
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