Former Vice President Mike Pence tells Morning Edition that he and former President Donald Trump have gone "our separate ways." Pence looks back on pivotal moments and ahead to what he might do next.
During an event in New Hampshire Wednesday morning, former Vice President Pence said he'd consider an invitation from the House January 6 committee to testify.
In his return to Washington, Trump rambles about violent crime and the election he lost while his former vice president tries to present a competing vision of the future of the Republican Party.
Here are some of the standout moments made so far in the Jan. 6 committee hearings, as the committee laid out its case that former President Trump is responsible for the insurrection.
Former Vice President Pence will rally for Kemp ahead of the May 24 primary, the campaign announced Friday. It marks a significant shift in Pence defying Trump and his chosen candidate for the race.
The chair of the House select committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack says by month's end they'll ask former Vice President Mike Pence to testify. They may also request testimony from Ivanka Trump.
The vice president will preside as the Electoral College vote count is tallied. The ceremonial role puts him crosswise with President Trump, who refuses to acknowledge his loss.
Rep. Louie Gohmert and other Republicans argue that the Constitution lets Vice President Pence reject Biden electors and count those for Trump. The judge says the plaintiffs have no standing to sue.
Pence visited the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention to highlight promising vaccine developments, but he received a grim assessment of the current state of the pandemic in the U.S.
Vice President Mike Pence was in Guilford County Tuesday as part of the Trump administration's final push to capture the North Carolina vote.