Pence Accuses Trump of Being a Conservative “Imitator”

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( – Former President Mike Pence had slammed former President Donald Trump as well as other GOP candidates whom he referred to as Trump “imitators” for moving away from conservatism.

Pence made this assessment during an interview with Fox News Digital. A day later, he is expected to deliver his speech on Conservatism and Populism and how Republicans will be called to make a choice at the Institute of Politics in Saint Anselm College. New Hampshire, where the speech will be held, is a must-stop for presidential hopefuls who want to win the support of the first primary state and second overall contest in the presidential race.

During his interview, Pence argued that the presidential contest was becoming a race between different philosophies of governance and that Republican voters would be called to make a choice.

Pence’s address on Wednesday is going to take place close to three weeks before the second Republican primary debate which is scheduled to take place at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, California.

Pence claimed that he really believed that there was a healthy debate within the GOP currently over whether or not the party would continue to follow its conservative agenda in order to strengthen the nation’s defense, position in the world, maintain traditional values, and protect the right to life, or if they would instead follow populism and move away from conservative values.

Pence has stated that his address is going to show people what he brings to the table, not only in terms of his campaign but also as the candidate that voters view as the “most proven, consistent, conservative” in the presidential race. He added that he would help the country return to the conservative principles that had strengthened it.

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