Mike Pence said six words about Donald Trump that will make you gasp in horror

Former Vice President Mike Pence made it clear that he intends to take on Donald Trump in 2024.

Pence picked a town hall event televised by fake news CNN as the venue to directly attack Trump.

And Mike Pence said six words about Donald Trump that will make you gasp in horror.

During the town hall event, Pence addressed how he would take on Trump in a GOP Primary.

Pence claimed that he was proud of his time in the Trump administration and bragged about America becoming energy independent, the historic economic boom, and stacking the courts with conservative Justices, but also said that – alluding to January 6 – the administration did not end well.

“Let me just say that it was a great honor for me to be part of the Trump/Pence administration. In four short years, we revitalized the economy, unleashed American energy, appointed conservatives to our courts at every level. But in the end, our administration did not end well. And I write about that in my book. But, as I’ve traveled across the country over the last year and a half, one thing I’ve heard over and over again, whether it’s at the grocery store in Indiana or traveling around the country, is people want us to get back to the policies of the Trump/Pence administration,” Pence began.

Pence claimed that Americans wanted a return to the Trump administration policies, but not necessarily the former President’s style.

“They want to see America strong and prosperous in advancing the policies that we advance that left America more secure. And 7 million American jobs created. But the other thing that I’ve heard consistently is that the American people are looking for new leadership, leadership that will unite our country around our highest ideals, leadership that will reflect the civility and respect that most Americans have for one another,” Pence continued.

Pence then stated that in 2024 “I think we’ll have better choices” than Donald Trump for President, before adding “better choices than my old running mate. I think that America longs to go back to the policies that were working for the American people. I think it’s time for new leadership in our country that will bring us together.”

Mike Pence keeps teasing a Presidential run.

And by now it’s obvious that Pence considers himself one of the better options than Donald Trump.

But Republican voters do not see things that way.

Polls show Pence will have little support among 2024 GOP Primary voters.

And Pence looks like he is in for a rude awakening if he thinks there is a path to challenging Donald Trump.

Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.