Former Vice President Mike Pence finally announced that he will be running for president in 2024.
Pence released a video early Wednesday morning this week making his declaration.
"I believe in the American people, and I have faith God is not done with America yet," Pence said.
"Together, we can bring this Country back, and the best days for the Greatest Nation on Earth are yet to come! #Pence2024," Pence tweeted when he shared the video.
"In the video, the former vice president traced his roots in Indiana, his years as governor of the state and as a congressman, and he took aim at President Joe Biden and the 'radical Left,' saying they've 'weakened America at home and abroad,'" reported Washington Examiner.
Pence's launch came on his 64th birthday in Des Moines, Iowa.
"Pence faces fierce competition in the Republican Party, with former President Donald Trump and Gov. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) among the conservatives vying for the White House," the Washington Examiner reports. "In order to separate himself from Trump, Pence will have to walk a fine line between praising what he and the former president did in office together and explaining what he can do differently than his former boss."
Pence was slated to participate in a CNN town hall this week, just days after former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley also attended a town hall event.
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