The former vice president never really had a chance against the criminally-indicted former president he served.
In the cult-driven House, it might even though an endorsement by the disgraced, criminally-indicted Trump doesn’t mean much elsewhere.
Trump, however, says the decision may be “temporary” and he may file it again in the future.
For the most part, they remained lemmings when it came to the disgraced former president facing 91 felonies, including seditious charges that are considered treason by most Americans.
This isn’t the first time that Trump has missed a presidential election debate.
His lawyers advised him not to hold another hyped, but fact-deprived event they knew would be just another passel of lies.
Polls show President Joe Biden, who beat Trump in 2020, will most likely win again in 2024 if Trump is the GOP nominee.
The former vice president under the criminally-indicted, disgraced former president says the man he served is not fit to lead the nation now or in the future.