Former President Donald Trump provoked boos for his former vice president during a speech in Phoenix on Saturday, telling his audience “someone gave him bad advice.”
“I only wish that my friend, Mike Pence, had that additional courage to send the results back to the legislatures, because it all happened so quickly,” Trump said in an evening speech at a Turning Point USA conference.
Trump paused long enough to provide attendees who opted to boo an opportunity to be heard before he continued.
“You know, they schemed on this plan for four years,” Trump added. This all happened so quickly. If he would have sent it back to the legislatures — someone gave him bad advice.”
The audience also booed an Arizona legislator, state Sen. Michelle Ugenti-Rita, shortly before Trump took the stage. Ugenti-Rita voted with Democrats this year against an election bill favored by Trump’s supporters.
Pence was similarly booed to his face in June when he spoke at the annual Faith & Freedom Coalition conference in Kissimmee, Florida, where attendees loudly derided him as a “traitor” during his hapless effort to speak.
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