May 23, 2022

Trump, Pence conflict may be beyond point of repair

Recent statements by former Vice President Mike Pence and former President Donald Trump show the divide between the two leaders may be beyond the point of repair.

Last week, Pence directly said, “Trump is wrong,” during a speech, saying he had no right to overturn the election as vice president.

Trump responded by stating, “I was right and everyone knows it,” in his own statement.

“I think it’s a hard break,” retired Lt. Gen. Keith Kellogg, a national security adviser to both men, told Just the News last week. “I mean, which is unfortunate, because we had one bad day. I stayed in for four years, and Vice President Pence was very loyal to President Trump. But I think there’s there’s a schism.”

Kellogg added, “And they just have to go their separate ways and see what’s going to happen in 2022 and 2024.”

Pence is also not alone in his attacks on Trump. Other Republicans are now speaking out more against the former president, signaling there may be efforts to focus on a different candidate in 2024.

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