VP Mike Pence formally accepted his party’s nomination for a second term on the 3rd night of RNC

Mike Pence officially acknowledged his party’s nomination for a second term in a grandiose show discourse on Wednesday night, hailing Trump’s vitality and determination while paying little brain to the bunch emergencies unfurling nationwide. Talking before a little crowd at the Fort McHenry military bastion in Baltimore, Pence utilized the area of his discourse to prop up Trump as a safeguard of American history, while blaming Democrats for attempting to destroy it.

“The heroes who held this fort took their stand for life, liberty, freedom and the American flag. And those ideals have defined our nation. But they were hardly ever mentioned at last week’s Democratic National Convention. Instead, Democrats spent four days attacking America … But as President Trump said, where Joe Biden sees American darkness, we see American greatness. So, with gratitude for the confidence President Donald Trump has placed in me, the support of our Republican Party and the grace of God, I humbly accept your nomination to run and serve as vice president of the United States,” Pence said.

Pence is broadly seen as a likely Republican presidential candidate in 2024 and his discourse showed up partially planned for laying the preparation for a future White House run, as he portrayed the president’s first term as a collaboration. Pence likewise stored acclaim on Trump for controlling the nation through the coronavirus emergency, despite the fact that almost 180,000 Americans have as of now passed on from COVID-19 and the president has gotten helpless imprints from both Republican and Democratic voters for his treatment of the pandemic.