A report shows that former Vice President Mike Pence criticized former President Trump for saying he could end the conflict in Ukraine in 24 hours. Pence believes that doing so would somehow amount to capitulation to Russia’s President Vladimir Putin.
Fox News asked Pence, who is challenging Trump for the 2024 Republican presidential nomination, how he expects the conflict in Ukraine to be resolved.
Pence answered that, unlike Trump, he would give Ukraine whatever it wanted so that it could win. Otherwise, Russia would invade neighboring countries after overtaking Ukraine.
Following his meeting with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy late last month, Pence has become one of the most vocal Republican candidates in favor of aiding the Ukrainians.
According to a report, Keith Kellogg, who once served as Vice President Mike Pence’s National Security Advisor, has spoken out harshly against his former boss.
Kellogg, who was close to both Vice President Pence and President Trump throughout Trump’s administration, has voiced his displeasure with Pence’s recent behavior against Trump.
According to Kellog, Pence seems more concerned with political maneuvering and keeping his image, whereas Trump has repeatedly placed America first, prioritizing the citizens, the economy, and the nation’s worldwide status.
Kellog explained that President Trump has an unrelenting commitment to the future success and safety of the United States. We need President Trump’s strong, clear leadership in the future, something we haven’t seen from President Joe Biden.
A report reveals that if Donald Trump fails to win the Republican nomination for president in 2024 or is prevented from running due to his growing legal troubles, Republican strategists fear their party will suffer a catastrophic turnout loss in the 2024 presidential election.
Some GOP strategists are worried that if Trump is not the candidate, many of the party’s crucial supporters, who they estimate to make up between 25% and 35% of the base, will write in Trump’s name, vote other than Republican, or not show up at all.
That could very well destroy the GOP.