Many staffers In Pence’s office have spoken to Jan. 6 committee. Will the former VP?
- January 6, 2022
- Michael Tesler, poli sci, Talking Points Memo, Jan. 6, 2022
Republican voters remained loyal to Trump in the days, months, year following the insurrection. Pence and McConnell suffered steep drops in their popularity when they failed to help — in Pence’s case — or criticized — in McConnell’s case — Trump’s attempts to subvert the election. “The prolonged intraparty punishment of Pence and McConnell for not subverting the 2020 election results explains a lot of what’s happened in GOP politics over the past year,” UC Irvine Political Science [Professor] Michael Tesler writes, presenting the chart at FiveThirtyEight.
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