Pence wants ex-presidents barred legally from participating in politics

The US vice president Mike Pence has called for an enactment of a law of barring ex-presidents from participating or engaging in politics after their terms in office is exhausted.

Pence expressed his disappointment of seeing the former US president Barrack Obama return to the campaign trail breaking tradition of his predecessors.

“It was very disappointing to see President Obama break with the tradition of former presidents, and become so political, and roll out the same tired arguments that he and liberals have made over the last eight years,” Pence said.

In an interview with ‘Fox News Sunday’, the Vice President lambasted Barack Obama’s telling host Chris Wallace that Obama’s rhetoric was a “very disappointing” attempt to paper over a legacy pockmarked by major tax increases and a massive hike in the national debt.

Pence added that “…the American people in 2016 rejected the policy and direction of Barack Obama when they elected President Donald Trump”.

While campaigning for Democrats running in America’s upcoming midterm elections, Former President Barack Obama urged voters to step up and be ready to straighten political direction of the United States which he said was currently taking wrong direction.