Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are scheming to remove Trump from office before his term ends on Wednesday at noon when Joe Biden is officially sworn in as the 46th President of the United States.
They’ve been pressuring Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment to forcefully remove President Trump from office.
But Donald Trump and Mike Pence just had one meeting that could ruin the Democrats’ attempted coup.
President Trump and Mike Pence stopped speaking to each other after the riots that took place at the Capitol on Wednesday, January 6.
According to reports, President Trump was angry with Mike Pence after he refused to reject what Trump believed were fraudulent slates of electors, particularly in Arizona and Pennsylvania, on the same day the riots occurred.
With Democrats pressuring Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment, Washington, D.C. insiders began wondering if Mike Pence would be more willing to cave into the pressure after Trump quit speaking to him on Wednesday.
But on Monday, President Trump and Mike Pence had a meeting at the White House that immediately put those rumors to bed.
President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence had a “good conversation” at the White House on Monday evening, a senior administration official said, marking the end of a silent period in their relationship after the riot at the Capitol last week.
The conversation was their first since the Republican president lambasted Pence on Wednesday for not seeking to block the certification in Congress of Democratic President-elect Joe Biden’s Electoral College win.
With President Trump and Mike Pence back on speaking terms, and with Pence even calling the meeting a “good conversation,” Trump supporters aren’t so worried about the Vice President caving in to demands and invoking the 25th Amendment.