(PartiallyPolitics.com) – Former Vice President Mike Pence during a recent interview with Fox News Digital hinted that his decision on whether he would place a bid for the White House in 2024. Pence stated that the “American people love competition,” and that this is a free country where everyone has the right to place a bid for offices and it would be up to the people to decide who they want.

He continued by saying that he believed it was time for a change in leadership. In a previous interview, Pence had hinted that he would be announcing his final decision by spring. This was something that he reaffirmed during Saturday’s interview as he said that he and his wife will have a “clear sense of our call sometime this spring.”

Pence also indicated that if a Republican National Committee (RNC) loyalty pledge is required when they enter the race then he would abide by it.

RNC Chair Ronna McDaniel suggested last weekend that any candidate who wanted to be a part of the GOP primary debate would be required to sign a pledge stating that they would support whoever won the Republican nomination. Pence stated that he had supported Republican candidates throughout his adult life and that he was confident that he would be able to do the same now if the RNC sets that as a condition.

This past weekend Pence did not attend the CPAC which is often attended by many Presidential hopefuls. 

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