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According to a recent report, former Vice President Mike Pence has not ruled out the possibility of running against his previous boss, Donald Trump, in the 2024 Republican presidential primary, Your Content has learned.
Despite trailing Trump in various early GOP voter surveys, Pence has not dismissed the idea of a potential White House bid. A recent Republican voter poll in Wisconsin indicated that Pence has garnered less than 5% support.
In response to Pence’s contemplation, a spokesperson for the ex-president claimed that Pence is “desperate” and attempting to “chase” his “lost relevance.” They further asserted that Trump was the one who salvaged Pence’s political career.
Interestingly, Pence and Trump find themselves in direct opposition in Georgia, where they have endorsed different candidates in the state’s gubernatorial primary taking place this Tuesday, according to The Hill.