Pence takes aim at Biden over America’s economic woes, says southern border ‘is not secure’

EXCLUSIVE. Former Vice President Mike Pence has criticized President Biden for failing to address America’s many economic problems and the crisis at the southern border, which Pence said is “not unsafe.”

“I often tell people that I’ve known Joe Biden for a very long time, and he’s been wrong for a very long time,” Pence said in an interview with Fox News Digital. “You know, one of the secretaries of defense for Republican and Democratic presidents actually said that Joe Biden has been wrong on every foreign policy decision of the last 40 years. That is right”:

Nearly three years after leaving the West Wing, Pence believes the Biden presidency has weakened America.

“What we’re seeing in the Biden administration, whether it’s spending sprees, whether it’s cutting defense spending, whether it’s a disastrous and appeasement foreign policy, resuming negotiations with Iran, whether it’s raising taxes, causing recession and inflation. In this economy, one policy after another seems almost intent on weakening America at home and abroad,” he added. “That’s one of the reasons we won back the House.”

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President Biden, left, and former Vice President Mike Pence.

President Biden, left, and former Vice President Mike Pence.
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Looking ahead, Pence believes “the American people will be ready to get America back and our country back on track,” he discusses in his book. new book “So Help Me God,” which details his time in the White House.

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Pence, who is reportedly considering a 2024 presidential run, said he would “always be proud of the record of the Trump-Pence administration” even though “it didn’t end well.”

Immigration issues have been a cornerstone of the Trump administration, and Pence has argued that Biden is largely responsible for the border crisis.

“During my trips to the southern border as a private citizen over the past two years, Border Patrol agents have looked me in the eye and told me that the cartels are actively controlling our border,” Pence said. “And it all started the day Joe Biden took office. He signed an executive order to stop construction of the border wall, but it got worse the same day he rescinded the Stay in Mexico policy, which literally reduced illegal immigration and asylum abuse by 90% under our administration.

“The Democratic Party is the party of open borders, and the tone-deaf message they sent south of our border was a message the cartels exploited by taking cash from vulnerable families, taking them north on our long and dangerous and often abusive journey. border”.

Mike Pence's new book "So help me God" details his time in the White House.

Mike Pence’s new book, So Help Me God, details his time in the White House.
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“With the right leadership on both ends of Pennsylvania Avenue,” Pence believes America can “again secure our border by restoring the policies we’ve put in place, completing the border wall, completing additional security infrastructure, and restoring the “Stay in Mexico” policy.

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“What the Trump administration was going to do for a second term was fix a broken immigration system once and for all,” he added. “Our vision was to reform merit-based immigration in America so that we would look at the needs of our country. … We would look at the people who are applying to come here.”

Pence also took aim at Biden for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic and noted that former President Trump’s administration “met the moment” and “saved lives.”


“It saddens me that in the first year of the Biden administration’s management of the COVID pandemic, we actually lost more Americans than we lost in our first year when we didn’t have the tools that the Biden administration inherited from us,” Pence said. said: “I truly believe that at the end of the day, history will record that the real heroes of the epidemic were the American people: the health workers, our grocery store workers, the truck drivers, the scientists who invaded, and everyday Americans.” — who were just looking out for each other during those hard times.”

Earlier this week, US officials said the Biden administration is asking Congress for $9.25 billion to fight COVID-19 as part of a request for additional funding.

In response to the administration’s financial request, Pence said: “We need to cut off the flow of spending in Washington.”

“What I was most proud of during the COVID pandemic was that everything we did was bipartisan,” he said. “The aid we’ve given to American families, to American businesses, the aid we’ve given to states and health care workers has all been bipartisan. … There was more than $1 billion in unspent funding the day we left office, but the Biden administration. took office and immediately passed another trillion and a half dollars in spending on a party line vote that was completely unnecessary and arguably lit the pilot light on the worst inflation we’ve seen in 40 years.”

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Pence said he was “enthusiastic” about the efforts of House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, who is expected to serve as the next speaker when the new GOP-controlled chamber convenes in January.

Pence said he hopes McCarthy “will not only be able to stop spending under the Biden administration, but hopefully will be able to turn off some of the unspent dollars and ease the pressure on the money supply in the United States.” and begin to get us back on the path to reducing the inflation that is causing such hardship on American families.”


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