Peter Navarro was a key adviser in the Trump administration.
He was an important part of making sure the Trump administration delivered on the promises that were made to the American people.
Navarro is releasing a new book called “In Trump Time.”
The book is going to be a behind-the-scenes look at what took place during the Trump administration.
This will be a trustworthy account, unlike the books that come out from Fake News hacks and RINOs.
In the book, he talks about the fight to stop Joe Biden from stealing the 2020 election.
According to Navarro, Pence was fed a “bad legal brief.”
Pence helped undermine that plan with a memo he released the morning of Jan. 6th stating he did not have the authority to send back the votes. Pence reached it along with top aides including former chief of staff Marc Short.
‘Mike is a useful idiot,’ Navarro said in an interview. In another Shakespearian analogy, Navarro refers to Short as the manipulative Iago from Othello.
He described a moment that he also recounts in the book where Trump after meeting him in the Oval Office after complaining of difficulties getting in touch with Pence to discuss the overturn strategy.
Trump had ‘reached out to the Vice President’s office and said call me. And I got the call. I mean, I’m sitting there, and I get a call from the Situation Room,’ according to Navarro.
An operator told him: ‘We have the Vice President on last and great. And then then it’s then it’s crickets. And I call the [situation] room back and say you know what happened? And they said: “Well, the vice president says he’ll have to do it another time.”‘
Pence never called back. Navarro suspects Short was involved in spiking the conversation.
‘And that’s got that’s got Short’s paw prints all over it,’ he said.
He said after Short joined Pence, the VP became a ‘prisoner of the [billionaire] Koch brothers. And that was a betrayal. That was a flat-out betrayal.’
Navarro had anxiety over ‘Pence’s possible disloyalty.’
Pence wrote in a Jan. 6th letter to lawmakers that: ‘It is my considered judgment that my oath to support and defend the Constitution constrains me from claiming unilateral authority to determine which electoral votes should be counted and which should not.’
Navarro says Pence was fed a ‘bad legal brief.’ When Pence preemptively put out the statement, ‘it was just a pure violation of process,’ he said. ‘He should have gone to the president and shared that memo with the president’s lawyers.’