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GOP Group Taunts Donald Trump By Driving 'President Pence' Billboard Truck Around D.C.

A truck emblazoned with anti-Trump messages will pass right by the Capitol, where the president's impeachment trial is taking place.

A conservative group said it is stepping up its advocacy for removing President Donald Trump from office with a new mobile billboard campaign.

Republicans for the Rule of Law has announced a truck emblazoned with the image of Vice President Mike Pence and the messages “Remove Trump For Pence” and “Pence, It Could Be Worse” will be driven around Washington, D.C., for eight hours on Tuesday. The vehicle’s tour starts at 10 a.m. near the Capitol, where Trump is on trial in the Senate for his Ukraine misconduct.

Republicans for the Rule of Law said a truck with anti-Trump messages, like the one mocked up in this supplied image, will be
Republicans for the Rule of Law said a truck with anti-Trump messages, like the one mocked up in this supplied image, will be driven around Washington for eight hours on Tuesday.

“Removing President Trump from office wouldn’t undo the 2016 election. The same voters and electors who chose President Trump also chose Vice President Pence,” the anti-Trump group’s spokesperson Tim Miller said Tuesday in a statement to HuffPost, alongside a mocked-up image of the truck.

”That’s why we’re reminding Republicans that they should not fear a fair trial, because even if Trump is removed that still leaves them with President Pence which is... not bad, I guess?” Miller added. 

The group, which is part of the conservative Defending Democracy Together advocacy organization, last week launched the “President Pence” website and this TV ad:

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