Mike Pence Says He Never Knew Trump Felt Any Ill Toward Him Despite Media’s Rumors

(TheLibertyRevolution.com)- On Thursday, during a visit to New Hampshire, former Vice President Mike Pence stated that he “didn’t know anything about” claims that former President Donald Trump was in favor of the proposal that he be hanged.

Pence has stated that his attention is currently fixed on the year 2022 and on helping to raise funds for his fellow Republicans. Pence was questioned by News 9 regarding a shocking report that came out of Washington claiming that the commission investigating the riots on January 6 has heard testimony indicating that Trump expressed support for the idea that Pence should be hanged for not cooperating with efforts to overturn the results of the election.

Pence responded by saying he could honestly say he didn’t know anything about it. He did not doubt that they performed their duties in accordance with the Constitution and the laws of the United States on that particular day.

Pence commented on the win of Governor Brian Kemp in Georgia, a candidate he backed but who Trump wanted to be removed from office.

Pence said that “the Republican Party is the party of the future.”

The former Vice President said that some people want to make this year’s election about the past, but he thinks what the people of Georgia noted earlier this week was that with Joe Biden in the White House, the Democrats in Congress, with record inflation, gasoline prices up 75 percent, the disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, and the crisis at the border, now more than they’ve ever wanted is Republican leaders who are focused on the future.

Pence made these remarks in a speech he gave to the Federation of Republican Women. He emphasized the necessity for political officials to confront the issue of gun violence while maintaining respect for the right to bear arms.

“It’s time for us to get together,” Pence said.

He said that we need to take measures to make our schools safer. We need to do something about the plague of mental illness. The epidemic of mass shootings in our schools, churches, and other public places should be put to a stop, and we should work to strengthen families and support law enforcement.