Pence talks 2024 plans while campaigning for GOP candidates

Former Vice President Mike Pence continued to make his way through Iowa on Saturday,

further fueling speculation he could be considering a 2024 presidential run.

Pence spoke at the Bremer County GOP Annual Summer Chill and Grill to advocate for Republican candidates on the ballot in November.

"In these 80 days, we need to remind the American people that we can have a strong nation, we can have secure borders,

we can have a prosperous economy, we can defend all the God given liberties enshrined in our Constitution

but it will take Republican leadership at every level to do it," Pence said in his speech.

His stop in Waverly, Iowa, comes after he spent the day at the Iowa State Fair on Friday,

where he downplayed that his visit, known for bringing out presidential hopefuls, had anything to do with his 2024 ambitions.

"I'm in Iowa for one reason and one reason only, and that is that Iowa and America needs six more years of Senator Chuck Grassley," he said.