In Answer About Trump ’24, Pence Alludes to MAJOR Announcement


It should come as no surprise that Donald Trump and Mike Pence are not seeing eye-to-eye these days.

Trump had publicly and privately pressured Pence to take a controversial Constitutional role in the 2020 election, with the then-Vice President refusing.  This led both Trump and his supporters to essentially blackball Pence, leading the nation to the realization that the pair would not be reuniting for the 2024 campaign.

But now, things appear to be even less friendly than before, as Mike Pence makes some rather heavy allusions to his own potential presidential candidacy.

Former Vice President Mike Pence indicated Wednesday that he might not be inclined to vote for former President Donald Trump in 2024 should he launch another White House bid.

But that wasn’t nearly the half of it…

Asked by a student at Georgetown University if he would vote for Trump if he is the nominee in 2024, Pence replied, “There might be somebody else I prefer,” an apparent nod to his own presidential ambitions.

Speaking at the Georgetown Institute of Politics, Pence reiterated that he and former second lady Karen Pence will pray over the decision of whether to seek the Republican presidential nomination “in the coming months” before announcing a formal decision.

This is far from the first time that Pence has dropped these sort of breadcrumbs about a coming bid for the White House, and he’s certainly not the only one who is planning to challenge the former President either.