Pence, key Jan. 6 witness, takes aim at Trump over indictment

On Tuesday, Vice President Mike Pence commented on the federal indictment of Trump's Republican presidential competitor Donald Trump in the probe into suspected efforts to alter the 2020 election, which was announced on January 6.

His exact words were, "Today's indictment serves as an important reminder.

Anyone who puts himself over the Constitution should never be president of the United States," said Trump's ex-Vice President Mike Pence.

A statement that also emphasized the presumption of innocence for the ex-President.

Pence's testimony is crucial in the case launched by special counsel Jack Smith on January 6 because of the pressure he experienced from those.

who wanted to prevent him from certifying President Biden's election win because of his knowledge of the events leading up to the U.S. Capitol riot.

Multiple media sites swiftly zeroed in on five of Trump's close aides and lawyers whose responsibilities matched prosecutors' highly precise descriptions when the indictment was released.

On Tuesday, Special Counsel Jack Smith released a criminal indictment against former President Trump and six unidentified co-conspirators.

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