Pence Says He Is Giving The 2024 Election “Prayerful Consideration”!

Pence giving 2024 run 'prayerful consideration'

A taped interview with former Vice President Mike Pence, which aired on Monday night, revealed that Pence is giving “prayerful consideration” to a presidential run in 2024.

In our household, we’re giving it some serious thought. In a lengthy interview on ABC’s “World News Tonight,” Pence told David Muir, “Prayerful consideration.”

Pence was asked if he thought Trump should run for president again if he loses, and he responded, “That’s up to the American people. But I believe we will have better options in the future.

To which he added, “For me and my family, we’ll be reflecting about what our role in that is.”

In an interview that aired later on Monday on Fox’s “Hannity,” Pence said that he and his family would likely make their decision about 2024 after talking about it over the upcoming holidays.

Even though Pence was widely regarded as a loyal member of Trump’s White House team, he has since revealed that Trump repeatedly insulted him while he was pleading with him to block Joe Biden’s 2020 election victory from being certified.

Pence has a “genuine friendship” with Trump, Trump host Sean Hannity said, according to Pence.

Pence remarked that this added difficulty to the final events.

Despite their cordial parting, Pence explained that he felt compelled to leave the administration after Trump “returned to some of the rhetoric” he and others who supported the election results had been subjected to.

The release of Pence’s book, “So Help Me God,” coincides with what is widely anticipated to be Trump’s announcement of a run for president in 2024.

The former vice president has stated that the outcome of a Trump-Pence debate should be left up to the voters.

However, he did add, “It would be for us to decide whether or not we’d want to test that.”

Here’s Why I’ll Be Voting For Mike Pence In 2024:

The renewed sense of patriotism for our country’s founding principles that President Trump’s embrace of American exceptionalism has sparked will be diminished if he runs for reelection in 2024, as he seems determined to do.

There is a great and possibly final spiritual battle going on right now for the survival of the Judeo-Christian values that our Founding Fathers held dear.

Here's Why I'll Be Voting For Mike Pence In 2024

The Constitution was designed “only for a moral and religious people,” John Adams said. It’s not fit to govern any other kind of country.

The radicalization of a minority of students indoctrinated in Neo-Marxism at universities may be Mr. Trump’s most significant legacy.

These revolutionary extremists have initiated a Maoist cultural revolution of political correctness, and it has been a huge success.

Do we want to give up our rights in order to take a godless leap into a dystopian future where the Democratic Party has been hijacked by a postmodernist mob that rules that something as fundamental to human existence as gender is up for grabs?

The only thing the Democrats can promise the American people in 2024 is more of the same diminished future and erosion of our constitutionally protected liberties that the country has seen under President Biden’s leadership.

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As the verse from Ester 4:14 puts it, former Vice President Mike Pence has a track record of public service that proves he “was born for such a time as this.” Mr. Pence’s and his family’s commitment to God and the United States has a verifiable track record spanning decades.

Mr. Pence is a political actor who is driven by love rather than hate, by a spirit of reconciliation that is desperately needed now to put out the fires of Armageddon that are threatening to engulf the entire world.

“I Think We’ll Have Better Choices In The Future,” Pence Said, Referring To Potential Future Presidential Candidates Other Than Trump

A recently released interview clip features former Vice President Mike Pence saying that he and his family are “prayerfully considering” whether or not he should run for president in 2024 and that the United States will have “better choices in the future” than former President Donald Trump.

I think we'll have better choices in the future, Pence said, referring to potential future presidential candidates other than Trump

Pence was asked by ABC News’ David Muir if he thinks he can defeat Trump if Trump announces a 2024 campaign for the White House on Tuesday. Pence responded, “Well, that would be for others to say, and it would be for us to decide whether or not we’d want to test that.”

I think that’s up to the American people,” Pence said when asked if he thinks his former boss should run for president again. However, I believe that in the not-too-distant future, we will have more desirable options.

When you take politics out of it, people in this country actually get along quite well with one another. And I think they want their national leaders to begin showing the same kind of compassion and generosity. Furthermore, I believe that in the future, there will be more favorable options.

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While the former vice president has been tight-lipped about his intentions for 2024, he has long been considered a contender for the Republican nomination for president. Trump’s supporters are crucial to his success in a primary, so he’s likely to oppose any formal declaration of candidacy.

Pence told ABC that he “can’t account for what the president was doing” on January 6, 2021, when Muir asked him why Trump didn’t do more to stop the violence at the US Capitol. Pence also claimed that he never heard from Trump or the White House on that day.

Final words

Vice President Pence echoed an excerpt from his book that appeared in The Wall Street Journal last week, in which he described his disagreement with his Secret Service lead agent, who had initially urged the vice president to leave the Capitol building.

Pence was taken to the loading dock, where he was assured it was safer, only to discover that his motorcade had already been positioned to leave the Capitol.

For the motorcade, they opened both doors of our Suburban as they walked us to the vehicle. Furthermore, I noticed that vehicles were already waiting on the ramp. Then I looked at my Secret Service team leader and flat-out refused to get into the car.

Pence recalled, “I just assumed that if we got in the car and closed those 200-pound doors, not my team in the loading dock, but maybe somebody back at Secret Service headquarters would simply give the driver an order to go.”

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Karan Siradi

I am an author and a public speaker. I was born in India and have travelled to many different countries. I have a masters in public communication from California University and I love to write about famous peoples from different industries.

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