Former President Donald Trump and his estranged former Vice President Mike Pence each return to the nation’s capital this week to deliver addresses that may serve to preview potential 2024 runs at the White House by the former running mates — this time as GOP primary rivals.
The Trump-Pence divide is, at the moment, especially stark in the nation’s capital in the wake of House Democrats’ Jan. 6 committee hearings.
In Washington on Monday, Pence will speak at the Heritage Foundation.
On Tuesday, former President Trump will return to the nation’s capital for the first time since his January 2021 departure. He will deliver an address at a two-day policy conference hosted by the America First Policy Institute, a think tank that has emerged as a haven for Trump administration aides and policymakers.