Former Vice President Mike Pence vows to fight ‘Biden’s DOJ’ subpoena | USA TODAY

Former Vice President Mike Pence vowed to fight subpoenas "from Biden's DOJ" for his role in the Jan. 6 insurrection.
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Former Vice President Mike Pence vowed Wednesday to resist special counsel Jack Smith’s decision to subpoena his testimony in an investigation into Donald Trump’s efforts to subvert the 2020 election, calling the move “unprecedented and unconstitutional.”

“We'll stand on that principle, and we'll take that case as far as it needs to go — if need be to the Supreme Court of the United States,” Pence said at an event in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. “Because to me, it's an issue of the separation of powers. “

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  1. Pence running for office because HE needs an income stream. He’s best argument for campaign finance reform!

  2. Bubba’s with white hair scares me. I still remember this preacher Man of a downtown mission in Tennessee. He told me if I give him my Social Security check to lock up in his safe he would give it back to me as I need it. I told him I wasn’t a alcoholic. Nobody was allowed to eat until he finished preaching to this young girl in the front row how God does miracles changing $.10 to $10.

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