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Scammers have registered Mike Pence as a presidential candidate

Transcript of Dagens Nyheter, 2022-12-28 07:45

Article original address: https://www.dn.se/varlden/bluffen-mike-pence-staller-upp-i-presidentvalet/

Mike Pence during his tenure as Vice President under Donald Trump.

Photo: Susan Walsh/The Associated Press

Documents filed with the US Federal Election Commission appear to show that Donald Trump’s former Vice President Mike Pence will challenge Trump in the election.

But Pence’s spokesman says the documents are forged.

Shortly before midnight, several media outlets published the information that Mike Pence had registered with the Federal Election Commission.

The documents are on the official website of the Election Commission website He explains that “Mr. Mike Richard Pence” has registered his campaign as “Mike Pence for President” with the intention of running for president.

Fake registration.

Image: screenshot.

But only minutes later When word got out, Mike Pence’s spokesman, Devin O’Malley, denied it. O’Malley writes on Twitter:

Former Vice President Mike Pence did not register that he would be running for president today.


https://twitter.com/devin_omalley/status/1607505774804176896

New Tork Times reporter Maggie Habermann Type O’Malley thinks it’s all a joke.

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