Publish dateSunday 29 October 2023 - 15:13
Story Code : 279408
Mike Pence
Former US President Donald Trump's vice president, Mike Pence, withdrew from the 2024 US presidential election.
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA): On Saturday, Pence withdrew from the continuation of his election campaign for the nomination of the Republican Party in the 2024 presidential election.
He announced this in his speech to a community of American Republican supporters in Las Vegas.
He announced his withdrawal from the primary competition to determine the presidential candidate of the Republican Party due to low financial support and low votes in the polls.
"It is very clear to me that now is not the time for me to be engaged," he said. I have decided to suspend my campaign for the presidency of the United States as of today. "We always knew we would have a difficult fight ahead, but I have no regrets."
The latest documents filed by Pence's campaign show that at the end of September, he had only $1.18 million in his bank account and $621,000 in debt. This debt will probably increase in the weeks after September, and it will probably take Mike Pence years to repay it.
Mike Pence also criticized Biden's performance following (October 15) Al-Aqsa storm operation by the Palestinian resistance forces against the Zionist enemy, and considered his policies of the last two years at the global level, which he believed were very weak, to be the main cause of this incident. In this context, he mentioned his actions in the story of his weak withdrawal from Afghanistan.
The 60th US presidential election is scheduled to be held on November 5, 2024.
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