Vice President Mike Pence posted a tweet Sunday stating that he’s “proud” the Trump administration was able to avoid getting the United States involved in a new war during their four years in office.
“I’m proud to report with just a few days left in our Administration, our Administration is the first in decades that did not get America into a new war,” Pence tweeted out. “That’s Peace through Strength.”
His comment came at the beginning of a string of tweets, with Pence saying that as vice president, he has “seen the strength and resilience of the American people shine forth” and that he has “faith that the day will come when we put these challenging times in the past and emerge stronger and better than ever before.”
Earlier on Sunday, Pence visited troops at Fort Drum, N.Y., calling his speech there as his final address as vice president, according to North Country Public Radio.
He also thanked the 10th Mountain Division and pointed out that the division has been deployed to Afghanistan and Iraq nearly 50 times since 2001.
“There’s never been a day gone by that I and every American hasn’t been grateful to the 10th Mountain Division and every American hero in uniform,” the outgoing vice president said.
Pence and Trump both have every right to be proud of this accomplishment. Democrats just love to get our country involved in every war possible. It’s been a breath of fresh air to not have to worry about poor leadership and diplomacy getting us wrapped up in yet another skirmish somewhere around the globe.
Wonder how long it’s going to take Biden to destroy all that work?