John Dickerson On How History Will Remember Mike Pence

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Published on January 7, 2022

In the final part of his interview with Stephen Colbert, CBS News Chief Political Analyst John Dickerson forecasts how former VP Mike Pence will be viewed by the long lens of history. #Colbert #CBSNews #JohnDickerson

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13 comments

  • Marc Santos 2 years ago

    Respectfully, your only discussing the what and the how. Your ignoring the WHY? Ignoring the why will lead to a second term for President Trump #LookUp

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  • Glenn Davey 2 years ago

    If you’re going to fk Satan why use protection? Pence is such a coward he couldn’t even do the wrong thing right. I would respect him more if he showed some spine and carried out Trump’s deranged plan. Don’t come this far and not at least stick the landing, you soggy white bread sandwich of a man.

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  • Glenn Davey 2 years ago

    I’m disliking this video in case YouTube mistakenly believes I want more content like this.

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  • James Voit 2 years ago

    I think ” mother ” and Dan Quayle may have saved the country

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  • Robert Townrow 2 years ago

    Mike Pence got less than 2 minutes of this interview, yet that was probably enough! He turned out to be such an insignificant figure in the end – a totally loyal lackey to the president, yet hoping against hope that he could eventually get the top job. It’s astonishing in retrospect that liberals were so worried about him before 2020. I remember people being really worried about the “extreme right-wing fundamentalist” who would take over if Trump were impeached. Many even said don’t impeach Trump because Pence would be far worse. Yet it’s obvious that he would have been a boring establishment politician achieving little and useless at campaigning. A “President Pence” would have been fantastic news for Democrats, and also much better for democracy than Trump

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  • Mega Fauna 2 years ago

    Pence is no hero. He’s a weak pathetic person irrevocably damaged, tarnished and sickened by his proximity to Trump.

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  • John Lott 2 years ago

    Why would Republicans want Trump back? He would have ruined the Country in four more years. The only sector not diving was wall street and that’s not money in the pocket of the average family.

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  • LuAnn Hetrick-Wood 2 years ago

    If the coup wasn’t planned then why were there gallows to hang Mike Pence?

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  • whatsinaname 2 years ago

    Pence neither has principles nor a redemptive achievement in his life.He is a vile fascistic terror. He is as responsible for the garbage that passed for policy as DT. Move on.

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  • Patient Secretary 2 years ago

    Shameful – is the only word that can politely apply to almost the whole of the Republican Party.

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  • Z N 2 years ago

    Pence will be remembered as the gutless yes man who publicly betrayed everything he professed to believe in, just to advance himself. No semblance of character or honest intent. Pence is especially pathetic, and vile in his own way.

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  • Tommy Dolan 2 years ago

    Ppl who watch this drivel are not worried about the 1000s of violent criminals who set the country on fire last year and were set free. Yet 700 ppl are unlawfully locked up for tresspassing and they keep trying to say insurrection. If you are that deluded the country was lost already in 2008…you all live in the meta verse

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  • Kris 2 years ago

    I would like to hear more condemnation for the DOJ not going after Trump… Merrick Garland and the DOJ / FBI have become a global laughing stock… why is there no US media pressure on him to go after the ring leaders… are you all asleep?

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