Ex-Pence aide rips Pence’s defense of Trump: ‘A disservice to the country’

Ex-pence aide rips pence's defense of trump: ‘a disservice to the country’

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Olivia Troye, who served as an adviser to then-Vice President Mike Pence, called Pence’s response to the January 6 committee’s investigation into former President Donald Trump’s role in the insurrection “a disservice to the country.” #AC360 #CNN #News

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