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Trump excludes Pence from his list of ‘good people’ for 2024

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During an interview with conservative radio host Lisa Boothe this Monday, former President Donald Trump purposely snubbed his former Vice President Mike Pence while rattling off a list of Republican leaders and possible 2024 presidential candidates that he’s declared to be “very good.”

“Ron DeSantis is doing a really good job in Florida,” Trump said. “I think Josh Hawley has shown some real courage in going after big tech … Somebody that’s been really terrific is Ted Cruz.”

“Rand Paul has been great … Sarah Huckabee is going to do great in Arkansas. I think that Kristi Noem has done a terrific job … The Republican Party is stacked,” he continued.

Later in the interview, Trump turned his focus to Pence, and repeated his false claim that the former Vice President could have overturned the 2020 election’s results.

“It’s too bad Mike Pence didn’t go back, because you would have had a much different result had Mike Pence gone — he could have said, ‘I’m sorry, but this was not approved by the state legislature, and according to the Constitution, it had to be,'” Trump said.

During the interview, Trump didn’t say he’d be running for president in 2024, but said that make a decision on the matter “later.”

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