Nine months after the Jan. 6 insurrection and his subsequent departure from the White House, Pence’s friends and advisers say he is likely to run for president—especially if Trump does not.
Former VP Mike Pence undergoes surgery to implant pacemaker
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Pence slowly laying groundwork for 2024 White House run
Aides to Mike Pence generally brush off talk of the next presidential election. They insist he is focused on his family and next year’s midterm elections, when Republicans are well positioned to regain at least one chamber of Congress.Read More
Tight spot: Trump loss complicates Pence’s political future
With President Trump’s loss—after Vice President Mike Pence spent the last four years as his most loyal soldier and the past year doggedly campaigning on his behalf—the vice president is contending with a far less certain future.Read More
Former Vice President Mike Pence said he was proud that Congress reconvened the night of Jan. 6 to certify Joe Biden’s win even after the insurrection at the U.S. Capitol, which left five people dead.
Former Vice President Mike Pence, speaking at a Republican dinner Thursday in the early-voting state of New Hampshire, gave his most extensive comments to date on the events of Jan. 6, when angry Trump supporters stormed the Capitol.
In his first public address since the end of the Trump administration, former Vice President Mike Pence on Thursday put down a marker for a potential return to elected office
Mike Pence’s book deal continues the former vice president’s re-emergence since January. On Wednesday, he launched Advancing American Freedom, which will work as a counterpoint to the Biden agenda.
Former Vice President Mike Pence hasn’t revealed his plans, but told the crowd gathered outside the airport terminal in Columbus that he and his wife would be moving back to Indiana this summer.
The Republican former Indiana governor and his wife, Karen, are expected to attend Joe Biden’s inauguration and will then fly into the Columbus Municipal Airport, where they will be greeted by some supporters.
Mike Pence’s decision to publicly defy Trump was a first for the notoriously deferential vice president and former Indiana governor, who has been unflinchingly loyal to Trump since joining the GOP ticket in 2016.
Vice President Mike Pence, in a letter to lawmakers Wednesday, rejected President Donald Trump’s view that he could unilaterally reject electoral college votes from states won by President-elect Joe Biden when he presides over a joint session of Congress.
Vice President Mike Pence finds himself in the most precarious position of his tenure as he prepares to preside over Wednesday’s congressional tally of Electoral College votes.
Vice President Mike Pence stressed the need for Americans to stay focused on limiting the spread of the virus before a vaccine is in widespread use.
A group of 10 Democratic senators, led by Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of New York had urged Pence in a letter to stay away from the chamber given the latest outbreak of the coronavirus at the White House.
A Pence aide said Sunday that the vice president would continue to work and travel, including for campaigning, after his chief of staff and some other close contacts tested positive. Pence tested negative on Sunday and decided to keep traveling after consulting White House medical personnel, his aides said.
Pence’s staff said the change was meant to prevent burnout given his weekend schedule, travel plans next week and late-night arrival back in Washington, D.C., on Thursday evening.
Vice President Mike Pence “remains in good health and wishes the Trumps well in their recovery,” Devin O’Malley, Pence’s press secretary, said via a tweet posted at 7:52 a.m. Friday.
The Trump administration announced Sunday that some of the most vulnerable Americans will be able to get tested for the coronavirus from cars starting this week—a less ambitious program than the swift nationwide testing campaign President Trump promised Friday.
President Donald Trump’s choice of Vice President Mike Pence to oversee the nation’s response to the new coronavirus threat is bringing renewed scrutiny to Pence’s handling of an HIV outbreak in southern Indiana when he was governor.
Vice President Mike Pence’s office announced Wednesday that Pence will fly Friday afternoon into Indianapolis International Airport and take part in what it calls a roundtable for Gov. Eric Holcomb, who is seeking reelection next year.