Former Vice President Mike Pence hinted on Wednesday that if former President Donald Trump is the Republican contender in the next presidential election, he might not support him.
A student asked Pence after his talks at Georgetown University on Wednesday if he would vote for Trump if he became the Republican nominee in 2024.
“Well, there might be somebody else I prefer more,” Pence said in response to the question.
Former Vice Pres. Mike Pence had this to say when asked if he would vote for Donald Trump in 2024, if his former boss is the Republican presidential nominee: "There might be somebody else I'd prefer more." https://t.co/9GFNbQmuZV pic.twitter.com/bPEfrIIRfa
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He assured the student that the party will figure out future leadership.
“All my focus has been on the midterm elections, and it’ll stay that way for the next 20 days. But after that, we’ll be thinking about the future. Ours and the nation’s. And, I’ll keep you posted. OK?” He continued.
The statements have fanned ongoing rumors that he is considering running for President.
Pence has been raising millions of dollars for Republican candidates ahead of the November elections.
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