Pence-Trump is a tricky two-step

Pence-Trump is a tricky two-step


When former Vice President Mike Pence spoke in New Hampshire, a state that could prove important to his political future, he handled his boss from the last four years gingerly.

“I learned a lot serving alongside President Donald Trump,” Pence said at the Hillsborough County Republican Party Lincoln-Reagan Dinner Thursday night, calling his term as vice president “the greatest honor of my life.” He went through the standard litany of conservative policy accomplishments — tax cuts, judges, the economic boom prior to the pandemic — from the “four years of consequence,” concluding: “It was four years of promises made and promises kept.”

But Pence, a former congressman, also described the Jan. 6 riot in Washington, D.C., over the certification of Trump’s defeat as “a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol.” He lamented the divisiveness and civil unrest in the country. Then came the money quote that dominated the news coverage of his speech.

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