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‘Too Honest’: Pence Campaign Releases Merch Quoting Trump Indictment

Former Vice President Mike Pence’s 2024 campaign is selling merchandise that is a direct quote from former President Donald Trump’s third indictment, “Too Honest.”

Pence, as he testified before a grand jury, has been mentioned many times in The Times as being a key figure in new charges against Trump. prosecution and his private notes are used as evidence in the case. The former vice president has been vocal in denouncing President Trump’s Jan. 6 allegations of involvement and his attempt to overturn the 2020 election, and the quote was made just days before Jan. 6 by the former president Pence. It comes from part of the indictment detailing calling him “too honest.” 6. (Related article: Will Trump’s third indictment boost Mike Pence’s candidacy? Big potential, experts say)

“Defendant called the Vice President and lashed out at him because he was sued in a lawsuit seeking a judicial ruling that the Vice President has the constitutional power to reject or remand votes to states upon certification. “The Vice President believed that such authority had no constitutional basis and replied that it was inappropriate,” the indictment reads. “In response, the defendant told the vice president, ‘You are being too honest.'”

campaign dropped white shirt and hat According to Winred’s website, which sells the product, it has the phrase “Too Honest” on the front, Pence’s signature below, and “Mike Pence for the President” on the back.

WASHINGTON, DC – January 7: After working an all-nighter at the Capitol, Vice President Mike Pence hands his West Virginia state certification to staff as California Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi observes a joint session of Congress. rice field. (J. Scott Applewhite – Poole/Getty Images)

Pence has since defended his role in accrediting the 2020 election, accusing Special Counsel Jack Smith of Trump’s “conspiracy to deceive the United States,” “corruptively obstructing and obstructing the Jan. 6 trial.” He praised the third indictment, indicting him for “conspiracy to commit crimes” and “conspiracy”. He is against the right to vote and have his votes counted. ”

former vice president Said Martha McCallum said Wednesday that Trump and his “insane lawyers” asked him to “refuse to vote” during the Senate certification process.

“Today’s indictment is an important reminder that anyone who puts the Constitution first should never be president of the United States,” Pence said in a statement Tuesday. “After reviewing the indictment, we will have more to say about the government’s case. The former president has a right to a presumption of innocence, but the indictment will increase the talk about January 6 with his candidacy.” , there will be more distractions.”

President Trump’s arraignment is set to take place Thursday at 4 p.m. at Elijah Barrett Prettyman Federal Court in Washington, D.C.

The Real Clear Politics average In the 2024 national Republican primary, based on polls conducted between July 12 and July 30, Mr. Trump’s approval rating is 53.9%, while Mr. Pence’s is 4.4%. It is shown that

The former president did not immediately respond to the Daily Caller News Foundation’s request for comment.

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