Former Vice President Pence Criticizes White House Over Economic Policy

( – Former Vice President Mike Pence, who is a Presidential 2024 candidate, reportedly criticized the White House for economic policy, in the face of the looming debt ceiling crisis and following bank collapses, Fox News reported. Pence reportedly claimed that “all roads” lead in Biden’s direction, and that the current state of the American economy could be traced to the Biden administration as an “indictment” of their performance.

In a “matter of weeks,” Pence is expected to declare a candidacy for the Presidential 2024 Republican primary race. The former vice president faces steep competition in the race, including from former President Donald Trump. Pence also is expected to race against Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley, former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, and others.

Pence has been under intense scrutiny from Republicans following his testimony against former President Donald Trump. While he previously appealed the subpoena, and the Trump legal team attempted to appeal his subpoena, Pence eventually complied with a judge’s motion to testify regarding conversations with the former president during the events of January 6, 2021.

From his party, Pence has received heated criticism, including calls for him to “be executed” for alleged treason from protestors who were arrested at the scene of the January 6 riots, MSNBC reported.

Pence gave a “nugget” of evidence against Trump in a recently published memoir entitled “So Help Me God,” Newsweek reported.

Legal analyst Glenn Krukin recently appeared on a YouTube series hosted by Brad Berkwitt and commented on Pence’s book. Krukin claimed that the book gives an insight into something that could further incriminate President Trump as a special counsel appointed by U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland continues to investigate the events of January 6, 2021.

In his memoir, Pence claimed that Trump continued to pressure Pence not to certify the 2020 Presidential election results, and, when Pence resisted Trump’s pressure, Trump told him that he “was too honest.” Krukin claimed this statement incriminates Trump, Newsweek reported.

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