U.S. Vice President Mike Pence named a reason to be proud of the achievements of President Donald Trump’s administration. He wrote on his Twitter account that he was proud that the U.S. did not enter a new war during the Trump administration.
“I am proud to report just days before the end of our administration that under it, America has not entered a new war for the first time in decades. This is a peace achieved through strength,” the Republican said.
In January, it became known about the rift between Pence and the acting head of state: the reason was that he allegedly demanded to interfere in the approval of the election results and break the law.
Earlier it was reported that Pence decided to go to the inauguration of U.S. President-elect Joe Biden on January 20. At the same time, Biden called the decision of the current U.S. head of Trump not to attend the event, which he announced earlier, good.