Pence doubts he can agree with Trump that the Capitol attack was “a dark day for America”.

Former US Vice President Mike Pence has called the Capitol attack “a dark day in the country’s history” and questioned whether he could ever come to an agreement on what happened to Donald Trump, who is being accused of To mobilize uprising, the left mobilizes five dead.

“January 6th was a dark day in the history of the United States Capitol,” Pence said during a Thursday night meeting at the Hillsborough County Republican Committee in New Hampshire on the northeastern coast of the United States.

“You know, President Trump and I have spoken many times since we left office. And I don’t know if we will ever come to an agreement that day,” White House number two told police work during the violence to suppress this episode.

Pence doubts he can agree with Trump that the Capitol attack was “a dark day for America”.
Pence doubts he can agree with Trump that the Capitol attack was “a dark day for America”.

“Thanks to the swift action of the Capitol Police Department and the application of federal law, the violence was put down, the Capitol was secured, and we came back to Congress that same day to do our duty under the Constitution and state laws. he emphasized.

This is the first time since the former Vice President has left office, in which he has spoken so bluntly in public, although his differences with former President Trump were already clear on that day when he made a statement in which he made his confession reaffirmed to law .Americans.

In the days that followed, chants and slogans against Pence were heard at numerous demonstrations in support of Donald Trump, some even calling for him to be hanged. The former president himself recently stated that his deputy does not have “the courage” to stop the vote counting that confirmed Joe Biden’s win in the November 3 presidential election.

Despite everything, Pence has also slapped words of praise for Trump and for the four years she led the United States and against the Democrats and “their media allies” whom he has accused of “attempting” to split the country in its eagerness to “implement its radical agenda.”

“I will always be proud of what we have accomplished for the American people in the past four years and will not allow the Democrats or their media allies to use a tragic day to promote the aspirations of millions of Americans to discredit, “he said.

At the same time, he stressed that he “cannot allow the Democrats or their media allies to divert our attention from a new government that is trying to divide our country in order to advance its radical agenda”.

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