MANCHESTER, N.H. (WHDH) - Former Vice President Mike Pence spoke in New Hampshire this morning.
Pence spoke at a “Politics and Eggs” event at St. Anselm College and admitted he may be making more trips to the Granite State, home of the first-in-the-nation primary, in the future.
“I never spent a lot of time in New Hampshire…but I may, someday,” Pence.
The former VP spoke of the recent FBI search of Mar-A-Lago, home of former President Donald Trump. Pence said that he hoped for more transparency from the Attorney General in relation to the search, something he said he’s yet to see.
Speaking about the January 6th committee, Pence said he would give an invitation to testify on Capitol Hill due consideration, but said “it would be unprecedented in history.”
Pence avoided questions about Wyoming Congresswoman Liz Chaney’s loss to Trump backed candidate Harriet Hageman in the states Republican primary Tuesday.
Pence had backed Chaney, who’s loss marked another of many for Pence backed candidates facing off against Trump backed opponents.
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