Donald Trump and Mike Pence did not leave Washington, D.C. on good terms.
Now Pence is gearing up for a 2024 White House bid and he’s getting ready to throw Trump under the bus.
And Mike Pence is about to spill one secret that will have Donald Trump red with rage.
On Wednesday, news broke that Mike Pence signed a two book deal with Simon & Schuster to publish two books – one about his time in politics and the second one will serve as an autobiography.
The first book is due out 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
The press immediately focused on the first book, which will run cover events leading up to January 20, 2021.
“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.
Pence’s book will include his thoughts and comments on the events of January 6 where some rioters broke into the Capitol during the ceremony certifying the results of the Electoral College.
Democrats falsely blamed President Trump for inciting the riot after President Trump and some of his top supporters such as radio host Mark Levin argued Pence had the right to reject the results from states that they claimed submitted fraudulent results.
Pence argued he had no such authority and it led to Trump calling Pence a coward.
If Pence wants to run for President in 2024 he may do so by claiming to have served Trump loyally, but also look to put some distance between himself and Trump in an effort to appeal to Never-Trump Republicans.
And that could lead to Pence finding a way to criticize Trump’s actions on January 6.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.