Mike Pence ‘not interested in trading insults’ with Trump as he tries to win New Hampshire

– Former Vice President Mike Pence is running for president and struggling to gain momentum in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire.

– During a meet-and-greet in New Hampshire, an independent voter expressed concern about Pence's standing in the polls and suggested he needed to take a stronger stance against Donald Trump to improve his chances of becoming president.

– Pence responded by highlighting their previous conservative governance but stated that he was not interested in engaging in insults with Trump. He emphasized the importance of laying out choices for the American people instead.

The incident involving Jan. 6, 2021, was brought up by several voters during Pence's campaign stops.

– Some voters praised Pence for his actions on that day, while others expressed hope for Trump's indictment related to the events of Jan. 6.

– New Hampshire voters expect candidates to address national concerns, including significant events like Jan. 6, to succeed in the primary.

– Pence's campaign is focused on intimate events and personal interactions with voters to earn support and engage in discussions about various issues.

– The former vice president remains cautious about discussing Trump's potential indictment, expressing concerns about the Department of Justice's credibility with the American people.