Mike Pence Seemingly Hinted At A Possible Presidential Run During Recent Fox Appearance, Noticeably Didn’t Even Say Donald Trump’s Name When Asked Directly About The 2024 Race And If He Wants His Old Boss To Run Again

Well, I guess they're not gonna make up.

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Welp, here we go again ladies, gentlemen, and non-binary friends.

To catch you up really quickly, in case you’ve been living under a rock (which I wouldn’t blame you for at this point), or just haven’t been able to keep up with all the news lately (also valid), ex-President Donald Trump is still very much beefing with his former Vice President Mike Pence who, most recently, appeared to underhandedly call his old boss out for his Putin sympathizing ways during a recent RNC event.

Now, since Donald departed the White House in a cloud of shame and scandal, his former right-hand man has regularly hinted at the possibility of taking his own shot at the presidency, possibly in the upcoming 2024 election.

It seems that this possibility still hasn’t gone anywhere, as Pence once again appeared to drop a few hints during a recent Fox News appearance, but to add a little icing to this drama cake, the former VP appeared to intentionally skirt even the mere mention of the former guy’s name when discussing the 2024 race.

In an appearance on Maria Bartiromo Fox Business segment, the Right-wing talking head host wrapped up the interview by asking Pence about his thoughts on Donald Trump’s potential political future.

“On 2024, do you want President Trump to run? Are you looking to get back into leadership?” Bartiromo questioned the ex-vice president.

“You know, all of my focus right now is on 2022,” Pence responded, clearly trying to skirt the edges of the host’s question. “I think we have historic opportunities to reclaim the House and Senate.”

“And in 2023, I’m confident the Republican Party will nominate a candidate who will be the next president of the United States of America,” the former VP went on to add, seemingly hinting at his own potential run but appearing to decline the mere mention of Donald Trump’s name altogether. “And at the right time, my family and I will reflect and consider how we might participate in that process.”

I’m guessing they’re seriously not going to make up.

You can watch the Fox clip here:

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