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Mike Pence Suggest He Will Testify Against Trump if Asked


Mike Pence is walking a fine line…

Often times it feels as if he’s unsure about whether or not he should move closer to Trump, or away from him.

He also keeps refusing to answer any questions directly, instead walking that aforementioned line.

Pence was asked about whether or not he would testify against President Donald Trump in court if he was asked to.

He gave a very unclear answer…

Pence essentially stated that he had no plans to testify, but would do so if asked:

“I have no plans to testify, but people can be confident we’ll obey the law. We’ll respond to the call of the law, if it comes, and we’ll just tell the truth.”

See Mike, this is why nobody likes you.

We see through your tightrope act.

Fox News has the latest from Pence:

Former Vice President Mike Pence suggested he would be willing to testify against former President Donald Trump in court if he is called upon to do so on Sunday.

Pence made the comments during a Sunday appearance on CBS’ “Face the Nation,” telling host Margaret Brennan that he had no plans to testify against Trump voluntarily, but left the door open nevertheless.

The former vice president was very careful with his words, but he left the door wide open to testifying against president Trump:

“I have no plans to testify, but people can be confident we’ll obey the law. We’ll respond to the call of the law, if it comes, and we’ll just tell the truth,” he added.

Pence can’t seem to give a straight answer to the questions asked of him…

Here’s more from the Hill:

“I have no plans to testify, but people can be confident we’ll obey the law,” Pence said on CBS’ “Face the Nation” in an interview that aired Sunday. “We’ll respond to the call of the law, if it comes, and we’ll just tell the truth.”

Pence appeared before the federal grand jury in the case in April, after previously challenging a subpoena from special counsel Jack Smith. While a federal judge limited the scope of his testimony, the former vice president was ultimately ordered to testify.

“We challenged in court the scope of any testimony that I could provide, because as president of the Senate, the Constitution provides me with the protections that are afforded to members of Congress,” Pence added. “We won that at the lower court level and, and ultimately, we responded to a subpoena.”

Pence isn’t making any new friends…

 



 

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