GOP Advocacy Group Ad Features Pence’s Decision Not To Back Trump

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( – A Republican anti-Trump advocacy is putting out a six-figure ad campaign that focuses on former Vice President Mike Pence, who recently announced that he would not be endorsing the 2024 presidential campaign of former President Donald Trump. 

The 15-second ad by Republican Voters Against Trump is focused on the states of Wisconsin, Michigan, Arizona, Pennsylvania, and Georgia. The group reportedly has the backing of the Republican Accountability PAC, which is going to be placing billboards in several cities across the United States. 

The narrator in the digital ad argues that Pence knows Trump much better than anybody else and that he was aware of how dangerous a possible second Trump administration would be. The ad continues by arguing that Pence placed the wellbeing of the nation over the GOP, and then added that the group plans to do the same thing.

In the ad, there is footage of the two men together, as well as the clip of Pence in which he argues that he will not be endorsing the former President.

Recently, Pence cited “profound differences” with the former President as the reason he could not endorse him for a second term in the White House. 

Pence told Fox News that his decision not to back Trump should not be a surprise. 

Speaking to The Washington Examiner, The Republican Voters Against Trump director of strategy John Conway expressed his belief that Pence’s decision was extremely important due to the fact that he worked closely with Trump in the past. He said that this was someone who had worked with Trump daily and was now choosing not to endorse him. He added that this should “sound the alarm” for voters when it comes to deciding who to vote for.

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