Donald Trump: New York Times Should Retract Story Questioning Mike Pence Loyalty

Leroy Wright
November 18, 2018

"It was a phony story", Trump told reporters at the White House as he departed for California.

"No I don't question his loyalty at all", the president said. Mike Pence is 100 percent.

Pence has largely appeared to be a loyal servant of Trump, supporting the president's policies, rhetoric and even some of his high-profile feuds.

Trump has allegedly questioned Pence's loyalty so many times, his White House staff is growing increasingly alarmed, the New York Times reports.

This after Trump made a public gesture during a post-midterms press conference last week by asking Pence about the 2020 ticket. I doubt they (New York Times) had any sources.

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The advisers who floated the idea reportedly believe that Trump ought to select a vice presidential candidate who appeals to female voters - a demographic with which Trump struggles to appeal to - despite his claims that he is already "doing well with women". A typical New York Times phony story.

The President also said Pence's loyalty has been tested in many ways, and he couldn't be happier with his pick for Vice President. Ayers, Pence's chief of staff, is reportedly a front-runner to replace White House chief of staff John Kelly, who has always been rumoured to be on his way out. A name allegedly mentioned for Pence's theoretical replacement, Trump's unnamed outside advisors told The Times, is Nikki R. Haley.

He said that the Obama administration had considered swapping Vice President Joe Biden for Hillary Clinton in 2012.

In a post-midterm press conference November 7, Trump asked Pence publicly if he would be his running mate.

"Will you? Thank you".

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