During an exclusive interview with All Israel News editor-in-chief Joel Rosenberg, former Vice President Mike Pence opened up about his conversations with former President Donald Trump following the Jan. 6, 2021 attack on the capitol.
During the exclusive interview on “The Rosenberg Report” on TBN, Pence states that prior to the attack he had a “close working relationship” with Trump. This is something he also describes in his new book “So Help Me God.” He then proceeded to disclose that despite this the “administration did not end well.”
As he claims that he will always believe that on that day “we did our duty under the Constitution of the United States.” He proceeded to say that the two had managed to “part amicably” but following the end of the administration the former President had chosen to “return to some of the same rhetoric” that he had been using prior to Jan. 6. He added that this is why he considered it best for them to head their “separate ways.”
Pence followed these statements by touting the accomplishments of the Trump-Pence administration and stated that he would continue to fight for these same ideals for the rest of his life.
Rosenberg proceeded to ask why Pence had not accepted Trump’s statements that he had the authority to not certify the U.S. presidential election as Vice President. However, Pence argued that Trump had been wrong and that even if there were voting irregularities and those claims had been real there was no evidence to support the claims of widespread voter fraud.