During the congressional riot, Mike Pence ran away from Trump supporters – now he is challenging his former boss

During the congressional riot Mike Pence ran away from Trump

Pence had a hard time at the end of Trump’s term.

Donald Trump’s was vice president of the United States during the period Mike Pence will run for the Republican presidential nomination in the 2024 election.

This is how Pence, 63, challenges Trump, 76, who also entered the race.

Today, Pence submitted the necessary documents for the primary nomination to the election authorities. He will announce his candidacy on Wednesday via video and give a speech.

Pence stopped supporting Trump when Trump refused to admit defeat For Joe Biden in the 2020 elections. Trump pressured Pence to try to overturn the election result.

Trump’s supporters infiltrated Congress at the end of 2021, when the election results were being confirmed. Rioters chased Pence, who was set to confirm Trump’s defeat.

Watch the video summary of the congress riot:

During the riot, Pence and his family, who were present, hid in a room in Congress until police escorted them to safety.

According to Pence, Trump’s behavior encouraging the rioters endangered his safety and that of his family.

Also, among others, the governor of Florida Ron DeSantis and former UN Ambassador Nikki Haley have registered for the Republican primary. Primary elections start in February.

Trump has been at the top of the polls for the Republican presidential candidate.