PoliticsMike Pence announces his presidential candidacy for the 2024 Republican Party primaries

    Mike Pence announces his presidential candidacy for the 2024 Republican Party primaries

    This Wednesday, the former Vice President of the United States, Mike Pence announced his candidacy for the Oval Office through a video.

    “President Joe Biden and the radical left have weakened America at home and abroad. We can turn this country aroundBut different times call for different leadership,” Pence is heard saying in the two-and-a-half-minute clip.

    in the video too He is heard criticizing Donald Trumpthe strongest candidate in the Republican Party so far and who was his boss years ago.

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    Today our party and our country need a leader who attractsas Lincoln said, to the better angels of our nature,” he said.

    Under the “Best Days” video, Pence acknowledged that the road will not be easy, but he is ready, “It would be easy to stay on the sidelines, but that’s not how I was raised. That is why today, before God and my family, I announce that I am running for President of the United States.”

    the former vice president is scheduled to announce his campaign with family, friends and supporters this Wednesday afternoon in Iowa, an early voting state.

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    Pence ranks fourth behind Trump, DeSantis and Nikki Haley, the former US ambassador to the UN, with less than 4% in the RealClearPolitics average.

    The Republican served four years as vice president during Trump’s tenure. Previously, he was a congressman from 2001-2013 and governor of Indiana (2013-2017).

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    Source: La Opinion

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