First it was Hillary Clinton, now there is a report that former Trump Vice President Mike Pence is fueling speculation on a 2024 presidential bid.
Pence visited New Hampshire last week and has made stops in other high-profile early primary states which is fueling the speculation.
As The Hill noted, there questions about whether Pence can win over the GOP voters he angered on Jan. 6 when he certified the 2020 presidential election results.
Arizona GOP State Sen Wendy Rogers took a stand tonight against the suggestion that Pence would have a chance as she declared in a quote tweet of the report, “It is not happening.”
Pence, however, does appear to have won back some good will as a recent poll has him in second place behind Trump in a 2024 GOP primary.
Of course, he is positioned way behind Trump, and in a separate question, he came in behind Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis if Trump wasn’t running.