Ex-federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner says Pence's belief that Congress has 'no right' to his testimony about January 6 should 'disqualify' him from public office
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Former Vice President Mike Pence.AP Photo/John Minchillo
Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner criticized Pence's refusal to appear before the Jan. 6 panel.
Kirschner said Pence is actually saying that Americans have "no right" to his "relevant" testimony.
Trump pressured Pence to help him overturn the 2020 election results, but he declined.
Former US Attorney Glenn Kirschner has angered President Mike Pence for claiming that Congress has "no right" to his testimony regarding the Capitol riots.
After Pence told CBS earlier this month that "Congress has no authority over my testimony," Kirschner blasted the former vice president's stance in a video released Thursday.
"The seven words that Mike Pence recently uttered that I claim disqualify him from ever holding public office again," he said.
"To be clear, more broadly, Mike Pence is saying, 'The American people have no right to my relevant testimony while Congress is trying to legislate to prevent this from ever happening again,'" the ex said -prosecutor.
Kirschner has argued that Congress has ample reasons to question Pence about Trump's repeated attempts to overturn the 2020 presidential election.
As Trump recently launched his 2024 presidential campaign, Pence continues to ponder a White House bid of his own that would put him on a collision course with his old boss.
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