Although wasn’t taken seriously when he served as ’s vice president, he may have saved American democracy from ’s election fraud.
According to “Peril,” an upcoming book by Washington Post journalists and Robert Costa, Trump spent his final days in office pressuring Vice President to .
Trump reportedly told Pence, “I don’t want to be your friend anymore if you don’t do this.”
Pence was apparently so torn between his loyalty to the president and his sworn oath to defend the Constitution that he sought advice from Quayle.
Although Trump was supposedly convinced his VP could simply throw out the election results, Quayle reportedly told Pence bluntly: “Mike, you have no flexibility on this. None. Zero. Forget it. Put it away.”
Pence reportedly said that’s what