N.H.’s DERRY – Mike Pence, the former vice president, straddled a tight line when speaking about the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump, his former employer.
Pence reiterated his remarks from a campaign rally, a nationally syndicated radio interview, and a scrum with reporters when he stated that the news of the indictment was “not just a sad day, but a troubling day for millions of Americans.”
No one is above the law, he remarked, and he believed it was crucial for people to remember this.
No one is beneath the law either, he emphasised right away. Every American has the right to an unrebutted assumption of innocence, and the former president also does. Additionally, the presumption of innocence should be the foundation for any decision about the campaign or his future.
Furthermore, he had made a point of saying in his campaign speech that “handling of classified materials of the United States is a serious matter.”