On Monday, former President Donald Trump gave a list of Republican leaders he feels would make good presidential candidates in 2024 if he decides not to run, which did not include his former Vice President Mike Pence.
While speaking with conservative radio host Lisa Boothe, Trump rattled off a list of Republicans that he has deemed to be “very good.”
The list included Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley, Texas Sen. Ted Cruz, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, former White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.
Business Insider noted Pence was missing from the list.
According to the report, Pence is considering a 2024 presidential bid if Trump decides not to run. Yet, that hasn’t stopped Trump from continuing to disparage him publicly.
“It’s too bad Mike Pence didn’t [certify the election’s results], because you would have had a much different result had Mike Pence gone — he could have said, ‘I’m sorry, but this was not approved by the state legislature, and according to the Constitution, it had to be,'” Trump said.