In his openest comments since the brawl at the U.S., Former vice president Mike Pence said ABC News that day Trump could have killed him in the Capitol complex.
“I mean, the president used careless language. He made it clear that he intended to contribute to the issue, Pence told ABC host David Muir.
Pence became irate when Trump tweeted during the tumult that he lacked the “courage” to challenge the 2020 election results.
It doesn’t take guts to breach the law, I remarked as I turned to face my daughter, who was waiting close.
To enforce the law requires guts,'” Pence added.
Pence stated that “the president’s comments and actions were dangerous.” “I, my family, and everyone in the Capitol building was endangered by the president’s statements that day at the rally [before the riot].”