Pence speaks harshly of Trump at campaign start

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Former Vice President Mike Pence, a Republican Party primary candidate for the upcoming US presidential election, spoke harshly against his former boss, former President Donald Trump, in his Iowa state campaign opening address in which his The best cards have been the assault on the Capitol and abortion.

“Anyone who puts themselves above the Constitution should never be president of the United States,” Pence has said, further reiterating that a person who asks another to put themselves above the constitutional text “should never be president again.”

“The American people deserve to know that on that fateful day, President Trump demanded that I choose between him and our Constitution. Now voters will face the same choice. I chose the Constitution and I always will”, he added, reported by 'The New York Times'.

Pence has once again reiterated in his speech the slogan that Trump endangered both his family and himself during the events of that "tragic day" that was January 6, 2021, when a mob of supporters of the former president stormed the Capitol.

Beyond January 6, Pence has also turned to the abortion debate, one of the star strategies of the Republican magnate, who in January 2018 criticized the historic Roe versus Wade ruling for being the "most permissive" legal precedent with the termination of pregnancy.

"After leading the most pro-life Administration in the history of the United States, Donald Trump and others in this race are withdrawing from the cause," Pence said, pledging to support the legislation and not treat it as a "nuisance." just as the tycoon did during his tenure.

Pence, who formalized his candidacy in bureaucratic terms on Monday, has established himself as an alternative to a Trump that has caused a rupture in the United States and as a counterweight to the Administration of Joe Biden and the “radical left”which have made the United States a "weak" country.

Along with Pence and Trump, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Senator Tim Scott and former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, among others, are on the shortlist. Also presenting his papers on Tuesday was former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie.

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