L'ex vicepresidente Quayle definisce 'sfortunata l'assenza di Trump dall'inaugurazione di Biden’

Former VP Quayle calls Trump absence from Biden inauguration 'unfortunate'

Come il partito repubblicano moves on from the Amministrazione Trump, it mustseparate the policies and accomplishmentsof the 45th president from his personality, former Vice President Dan Quayle toldRelazione speciale” martedì.

I would say the party is split. Time will tell whether we can get that back together or not,” Quayle told chief political anchor Bret Baier. “I think that we can.

The Indiana native added thatfrom a political point of view, it’s a lot easier to correct personalities than it is policies. There are not deep divisions in the Republican Party on policy. It’s more about the personality of President Trump, and I think that’s going to be fairly easy to correct with whoever the new leader in the party that emerges.

Quayle, who served as vice president between 1989 e 1993 under President George H.W. cespuglio, called Trump’s planned absence from Wednesday’s inauguration ceremonyunfortunate.


I wish that he had or was going to attend the inauguration,” said Quayle, who added that he believed he had been to every presidential inauguration since Jimmy Carter was sworn in as the 39th president in 1977.

“io … believe that somebody in my position really needs to show up to witness the transfer of power, il trasferimento pacifico del potere,” Egli ha detto. “It is a magical moment, something that American history has proven to be able to see through over, sai, centuries.

Quayle went on to say that we wished his former Senate colleague Joe Bidenthe very best.

I think it’s important that we show up to show bipartisanship, show that Republicans and Democrats are united in trying to move this country forward,” Egli ha detto. “And that’s what it’s all about.

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