Pence on if he'd run as VP once more: 'Twice is sufficient'

Former Vice President Mike Pence in an interview that aired Monday advised he wouldn’t choose to run once more for a submit as second in command.

Pence, who has hinted at plans to probably run for president in 2024, reiterated in an interview with NewsNation that he believes Republican main voters would have “higher selections for 2024.”

When requested if he would alternatively settle for a VP nomination once more, Pence replied, “I believe working for vice chairman of america twice is sufficient for any American, OK?”

Pence ran twice for vice chairman alongside President Trump in 2016 and 2020. Whereas Trump has already formally introduced his candidacy for the following presidential election, he has not chosen a working mate, and Pence has not expressed any curiosity in working alongside him once more.

When requested if he was contemplating any working mates for his personal presidential bid alongside the traces of Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) or Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R), Pence stated he would take a while to debate his political future together with his household over Christmas.

“I’ll hear the children out, and we’ll decide. We’ll reply to what our calling is. And if we bounce into that fray, I promise I’ll maintain you posted on any choice and every other selections we make,” Pence stated.

NewsNation is owned by Nexstar, which additionally owns The Hill.

Up to date 9:53 p.m.