The United States President Donald Trump and his Vice, Mike Pence have agreed to Work together through end of term in office Whitehouse senior officials say.
The discussion adds to indications that Trump has no plans to resign before Joe Biden’s inauguration on January, 20.
It was the first time Trump and Pence have spoken since the president’s supporters stormed the Capitol while Pence was presiding over formal affirmation of his re-election defeat, according to two people familiar with the matter.
Trump and Pence’, meeting in the Oval Office, agreed that people who broke into the Capitol don’t represent Trump’s “America First” movement and pledged to continue their work on behalf of the country for the remainder of their term, the official said.
It was a good conversation in which Trump and Pence discussed the week ahead and reflected on the last four years of the administration’s work, the official added.
Meanwhile, House Democrats are seeking to hold Trump accountable for the riot if Pence fails to act against the president.
The Lawmakers pushed forward on Monday with their plans to impeach Trump for a second time, introducing a resolution accusing Trump of “incitement of an insurrection”