Pence leaves the pro-Trump hecklers with one quick message in the tense parking lot

Pence leaves the pro-Trump hecklers with one quick message in the tense parking lot

Former Vice President Mike Pence Soon the supporters of the former president were informed Donald Trump to read the Constitution as they heckled him on his way to New Hampshire’s town hall on Friday.

The campaign event was Pence’s first since his former boss Not guilty to four criminal charges linked to his efforts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.

Video shows Trump supporters yelling “that’s a traitor” and “you’re a traitor” to the former vice president as he makes his way to the event, ABC News’ Kelsey Walsh reported.

“Why didn’t you abide by the constitution, sir?” a man shouted to Pence as he greeted people in the parking lot outside American Legion Hall Post 27 in Londonderry, New Hampshire.

Standing by his move to certify the results of the 2020 election, Pence replied, “I stuck to the constitution.”

“Read it,” he added to the interrupters.

Pence later dismissed the notion that Trump supporters “are a violent bunch” during a Jan. 6 question at the event, WMUR-TV reported in New Hampshire.

“I reject your suggestion that passion has translated into violence and vandalism,” he said.

“I know the people of this movement – whether they support me or not, (they are) the best people in this country.”

The harassment comes on the heels of Pence’s criticism of Trump in the wake of his most recent indictment, calling for “A group of criminal lawyersfor his request to decline a vote in his appearance on Fox News on Wednesday.

trump card, In a post on his Truth Social platform on Saturdayhe hit back at his former deputy for going to what he referred to as the “dark side”.

“Wow, it finally happened! Mike Pence, the man who was about to oust him as governor of Indiana until I came and made him his vice president, has gone to the dark side,” said Trump “Liddle.”

“I never told Pence (not based on his poll numbers of 2%!) to put me above the Constitution, or that Mike was “too straight.” He’s delusional, and now he wants to show he’s a tough guy. I once read an article in a major magazine. About Mike. He said he wasn’t a very good person. I was surprised, but the article was true. Sad!”

Trump recent indictment He describes one conversation prior to the January 6 riot in which he tells Pence that he has the “absolute right to reject electoral votes and the ability to overturn an election” while another depicts him telling Pence that he is “very honest”.


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