“Couldn’t Care Less:” Trump Responds to Pence’s Refusal to Endorse Him

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No one is really surprised that the cowardly Mike Pence has refused to endorse his former boss, Donald J. Trump, for president in 2024. What we haven’t heard thus far, however, is Trump’s response to the lack of that coveted Pence endorsement. A reporter finally asked President Trump about it, and his response was pure gold.

The irony of this situation is that if Mike Pence had not been such a coward, he could have been serving as Trump’s vice president for the past three years during their second term. Right now, Pence would likely be the Republican frontrunner and on his way to securing the GOP nomination for 2024 as they reached the end of two successful Trump-Pence terms in office.

All that Mike Pence had to do on January 6, 2021, was use his authority as vice president to temporarily send the disputed slates of electors back to the swing states where fraud was suspected to have taken place. History came calling for Mike Pence on January 6th. Instead of doing his patriotic duty, he wet his panties and ran away like a little girl.

George Washington would have puked on his own shoes at the sight of such cowardice and weakness.

Donald Trump feels the same way. When a reporter asked America’s real president what he thought of Pence’s refusal to endorse him, here was his reply:

“I couldn’t care less,” he said without hesitation. “I couldn’t care less. We need patriots. We need strong people in our country. Our country is going downhill very fast, very rapidly. Millions of people coming across the border. Coming from jails, prisons. Coming from mental institutions and insane asylums — terrorists.

“We need strong people in this country,” the president continued. “We don’t need weak people.”