Pence Issues Stern Warning To 2024 Candidates

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( – Former U.S. Vice President Mike Pence in a recent interview with CBS stated that he would decide on whether or not he would be joining the upcoming 2024 presidential election “well before late June.”

In the interview Pence argued that any candidate who is serious about their chances in the 2024 presidential election, is going to have to enter the “contest by June.” This was said in a clip on CBS News’s “Face the Nation” which aired on Sunday, April 2023. He added that when he had an announcement to make it was going to be made “well before late June.”

CBS News chief election and campaign correspondent Robert Costa proceeded to question Pence on which side he is leaning, in terms of whether or not he would join the race, to which Pence responded with “Well, I’m here in Iowa.”

Pence had previously told Fox News Digital, that he and his wife would have a clearer sense of whether he would join the race by spring. In the meantime, the former vice president had frequently visited the first four states in the GOP presidential nominating calendar, that is Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, and Nevada.

Currently, the GOP primary race includes former President Donald Trump, who first announced his candidacy in November, as well as former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy, both of whom launched their campaigns in February.

In April, Republican Sen. Tim Scott of South Carolina announced a presidential exploratory committee that would help him decide whether or not he would run for the election.

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