Last night on ‘Hannity’, Vice President Mike Pence switched into full campaign mode, armed with a list of achievements to brag about, spearheaded by economic wins since the coronavirus crisis crashed the administration’s earlier successes.
Topping Pence’s list is the strong jobs comeback — some 9.2 million since the pandemic hit the United States in March.
That number gave the vice president a new line to use against the new Democratic ticket of former Vice President Joe Biden and California Sen. Kamala Harris.
On Sean’s Fox TV show, Pence said, “We’ve already created more jobs in the last three months than Joe Biden and Barack Obama created in their eight years in office.” During the previous administration, some 8.9 million jobs were created.
The pandemic cost some 20 million jobs, but many see the creation of nearly half of the loss as a major achievement and a path back to the record jobs that occurred under President Trump’s first three years in office.”
“The choice has never been clearer,” said the vice president, who closed with some fighting words:
“I like the match-up. It’s on,” he said.
Author: Hannity Staff