Most folks expect Mike Pence to run for President in 2024.
But there’s a lot of speculation surrounding the status of the relationship between Donald Trump and Mike Pence since they left Washington, D.C. in January.
And now Mike Pence is about to reveal one secret about Donald Trump that has the Fake News Media licking their chops.
Former Vice President Mike Pence recently signed a deal with Simon & Schuster to publish two books – the first one will be about his time in politics and the second one will be an autobiography of his life.
The first book about Mike Pence’s political career will be published in 2023.
NEW: Former Vice President Mike Pence will publish his autobiography with Simon & Schuster, per press release. The first of the the two-book deal is tentatively scheduled for publication in 2023. pic.twitter.com/zcFElY1llK
— Stephen Sanchez (@SSanchezTV) April 7, 2021
Of course, the Fake News Media is licking their chops over the first book, which is expected to cover the events that led up to Biden’s inauguration on January 20.
“The currently untitled book is the story of Pence’s faith and public service, covering his trajectory from Columbus, IN, to his time as the second-highest ranking official in the Trump Administration,” the press release announcing the deal from Simon & Schuster read.
As part of the first book, Pence will express his opinion on the violence that occured on January 6, where Democrats falsely blamed President Trump for inciting the riot after Trump and some of his top supporters like Mark Levin argued Pence had the right to reject the results from states that they claimed submitted fraudulent results.
But Pence disagreed, arguing he had no such authority, leading to Trump calling him a coward on social media.
Perhaps Pence is attempting to put some distance between himself and Trump in an effort to appeal to the Never Trumpers while at the same time claiming to have served President Trump loyally during his time as Vice President.
On the other hand, he may take a “middle-of-the-road” approach to stay on the good side of Trump’s 75 million voters from the last election.