A Very Rewarding Day For Mike Pence, A Book Advancement of $4Million, An Expensive Platform And A Fundraising Machine
Mike Pence has been reward by the Washington DC machine, two Wednesday announcements show, proving that life after politics can be very enriching for the person who does what is expected of him.
“Former VP @Mike_Pence announced the launch of Advancing American Freedom, a policy and advocacy group that will promote Trump-era policies and defend them from “liberal attacks and media distortions,” The Epoch Times reported on Wednesday.
“The policies that led to those accomplishments are now under attack by the radical Left and the Biden Administration, and the foundation of our Nation is under siege,” said Teller, who served as director of strategic initiatives for Pence when he was second-in-command at the White House.
The group will provide Pence with a platform to outline his policy agenda and build support among key Republicans without officially stepping into the 2024 presidential race. Trump has not ruled out another run for the White House, making it challenging for Pence to organize without alienating his former boss,” The Epoch Times reported.
AND A BOOK DEAL
“Former Vice President Mike Pence has signed a multimillion-dollar, two-book deal with publisher Simon & Schuster, making him one of the first alums of former President Donald Trump’s inner circle to ink such a lucrative contract,” CNN reported.
Mike Pence has signed a two-book deal for his memoir reported to be worth millions of dollars, making him one of the first of former president Donald Trump’s inner circle to announce such a lucrative arrangement.
Pence’s autobiography, currently untitled, is scheduled to come out in 2023. CNN reported that the former vice-president’s deal is worth seven figures, somewhere between $3m and $4m.
“I am grateful to have the opportunity to tell the story of my life in public service to the American people, from serving in Congress, to the Indiana governor’s office and as vice-president of the United States,” Pence said in a statement. “I look forward to working with the outstanding team at Simon & Schuster to invite readers on a journey from a small town in Indiana to Washington, DC.”
“Exclusive: The former VP’s book deal is worth seven figures, somewhere in the range of $3 million to $4 million, sources told me and @jamiegangel,” CNN reported.
Just announced: “Former VP Mike Pence will publish his autobiography with Simon & Schuster.” It’s part of a two-book deal. “The first book is tentatively scheduled for publication in 2023,” the publisher says.
— Brian Stelter (@brianstelter) April 7, 2021
There were barely any supportive messages. However, President Donald J. Trump supporters, who feel deeply betrayed by Pence, were not thrilled.
“Pence knowingly counted electoral votes that were derived from criminal activity rigging elections to install a Chinese puppet president, that is TREASON as defined in the Constitution!” one person wrote.
“So Simon & Schuster bumps Josh Hawley’s book, but Mike Pence is AOK……we know what’s going on here….@VP45 is the approved Republican,” one poster wrote on Twitter.
Who is this book for? In addition to being hated by both the Trump base and the Left, Mike Pence is the most boring man alive. https://t.co/dxIQaBVw5A
— Lila Byock (@LByock) April 7, 2021
To be a true autobiography of Mike Pence this will be the first book to be completely spineless. https://t.co/DbVG6dR7aS
— Albert W Dubreuil (@AWDubreuil) April 7, 2021
“Can just see the ad campaign, “He’s not just a serial liar, he’s also boring, and his incompetence cost the lives of millions, coming soon…the new book from Mike Pence,” David Rothkopf wrote.
Numerous posts pointed out that it appeared as if Pence, who there is no enthusiasm for, is building a career on running for President in 2024 as controlled opposition to the Democrats and that he has been paid off for getting Trump out of DC.