Former Vice President Mike Pence is being considered as someone who can help other Republican candidates win support beyond Donald Trump’s voting base.
Pence discusses Jan. 6, RFRA fallout at Indianapolis book signing
Former Vice President Mike Pence brought his national book tour to Indianapolis one week after the release of his autobiography, which has brought him much media attention and intensified speculation about whether he’ll run for president in 2024.Read More
AP interview: Pence says voters want new leadership
Former Vice President Mike Pence, while considering a presidential campaign of his own, has been raising his profile as he promotes his new memoir.Read More
Former VP Mike Pence undergoes surgery to implant pacemaker
The 61-year-old former Indiana governor had previously been diagnosed with a heart condition called asymptomatic left bundle branch block.Read More
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
Although he has been denounced by former President Trump, Mike Pence has been traveling the country, holding events and raising millions for candidates and Republican groups.
Former Vice President Mike Pence, who is considering a 2024 presidential bid, said he has been troubled by what he called the politicization of the FBI.
The book will recount Mike Pence’s journey from his Indiana youth to the vice presidency, with stops in the House of Representatives and governor’s mansion in between, according to publisher Simon & Schuster.
The audience applauded Pence’s line about beating the Democrats in the upcoming presidential election but remained silent when Pence said earlier that “Trump is wrong.”
Trump has expressed frustration before that Pence did not use his role to try to reject the electoral votes of several states that Joe Biden won. But the language in Sunday’s statement was among Trump’s most explicit in publicly stating his desire.
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 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.
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.
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.