Donald Trump’s been stabbed in the back by several members of his administration during his time as President.
However, Vice President Mike Pence has remained loyal to Donald Trump through it all.
But now Trump supporters fear Mike Pence may be planning to betray President Trump and flee the country.
On Wednesday, January 6, members of the U.S. House and Senate will hold a joint session of Congress to certify the Electoral College results.
As Vice President, Mike Pence will preside over the session when the votes are counted.
And if no Republican Senator objects to the results, as President of the Senate during the ceremony, Mike Pence will have the responsibility of declaring Joe Biden the official President-elect.
Which could explain why Mike Pence is planning on leaving the country within hours of the joint session of Congress on January 6.
According to POLITICO:
But Pence could dodge their ire by leaving Washington immediately for the Middle East and Europe. According to three U.S. officials familiar with the planning, the vice president is eyeing a foreign trip that would take him over-seas for nearly a week, starting on Jan. 6.
Though Pence aides declined to confirm details of the trip, which remains tentative, a U.S. government document seen by POLITICO shows the vice president is due to travel to Bahrain, Israel and Poland, with the possibility of more stops being added. A pre-advance team of Pence aides and other U.S. officials left earlier this week to visit the planned stops in preparation for the multi-country tour, which would be Pence’s first trip abroad since last January, when he traveled to Rome and Jerusalem on a whirlwind two-day sojourn.
Of course, Mike Pence could be planning on leaving the country for a number of other reasons.
But if he has to make it official that Joe Biden won the Presidency, perhaps his plan is to leave the country and get out of sight from President Trump and his supporters, who will likely be infuriated over Joe Biden being declared the official winner by Pence.