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President Pence? Don’t Count Out The Former VP Just Yet…

I can’t believe the amount of hopium in the air, soon all of it will simply amount to dashed hopes and broken dreams.

Numerous Republican policymakers and politicians have announced their bids for the 2024 GOP nomination—most notably Florida Governor Ron DeSantis.

While I don’t want to be too abrasive here, and I even like some of them—like DeSantis, the number one thing I think when I read these stories is “Why are they even running?”

What chance do these candidates have against the clear pick for the 2024 GOP front-runner?

Do they seriously think that they stand a chance against President Trump? Why not just wait to run when he is not in the race? Why not wait until 2028 or beyond?

While I don’t have the answers to these questions, I can, without a doubt, say that the most recent rumors of a new face entering the 2024 Presidential race are the most puzzling. …

According to sources familiar with the issue, former Vice President Mike Pence will be announcing his bid for the 2024 GOP nomination next week. …

Recent headlines all confirm the same thing:

Axios had more details:

Former Vice President Mike Pence is expected to announce his 2024 presidential campaign on June 7, per a person familiar with his plans, setting up a direct challenge to his onetime boss, former President Trump.

Many conservatives weren’t too thrilled with the announcement, instead taking the chance to lambast Pence and explain that his chances of taking the Oval Office are near zero.

CNN echoed other outlets in their speculation:

Pence’s presidential bid will pit him against his former boss and running mate, former President Donald Trump, who’s seeking a second term and is for now the early frontrunner.

His announcement in Iowa, rather than his home state of Indiana, signals the level of importance he’s placing on the state that still holds the first caucus in the GOP nomination process.


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