House Republican Conference Chair Elise Stefanik (R-N.Y.) said that she would not have allowed 2020 election results to be certified on Jan. 6, 2021 if she was in former Vice President Mike Pence’s position.
“I would not have done what Mike Pence did. I don’t think that was the right approach,” Stefanik said on CNN Thursday evening. “I specifically stand by what I said on the House floor.’
Stefanik, widely seen as a top contender to be former President Trump’s vice presidential pick in 2024, voted against certifying election results in Pennsylvania on Jan. 6 after rioters breached the Capitol in an attempt to overthrow the election.
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