Former Vice President Mike Pence took aim at U.S. President Joe Biden in an interview with Fox Business when he affirmed that he had “never in [his] lifetime” seen a president commit so many falsehoods as Biden. Pence worked under former U.S. President Donald Trump.
In late June 2022, Pence was being interviewed by Fox Business Network host Larry Kudlow. Kudlow enumerated a range of criticisms of Biden, including a propensity to say "stuff that just ain't true." Pence agreed with Kudlow's assessment.
Here is a transcript of the relevant portion of their exchange:
Kudlow: Have you ever seen a president who refuses to accept blame, and I want to add to that, commits so many falsehoods? I'm being very polite here, calling it falsehoods -- falsehoods, you know, on any given day. He's out there saying stuff that just ain't true. Have you ever seen anything like that?
Pence: Never in my lifetime. I said today that there has never been a time in my life where a president was more disconnected from the American people than we see today.
The exchange took place at the 9:14 mark in the video below:
For perspective, Washington Post fact-checkers determined that Biden made a total of 78 false or misleading statements during his first 100 days in office. Using the same methodology, they found that his immediate predecessor, Donald Trump, made 511 false or misleading statements during his first 100 days.