Ex-VP Pence Set To Pen Memoir, Might Join 2024 Race

Ex-VP Pence Set To Pen Memoir, Might Join 2024 Race
Former US Vice-President, Mike Pence
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Mike Pence has signed a deal to write an autobiography revealing details of his experience as US vice president in the Trump administration amidst growing speculations that he would take a shot at the top job in 2024.

Publisher Simon & Schuster on Thursday stated that the agreement was reportedly worth at least $3 million would see the Ex-Presient pen down two books.

Pence, 61, is a conservative Republican widely believed to be considering a presidential run of his own in 2024, and a pre-election memoir would fulfill a step traditionally taken by American politicos mulling higher office.

In a statement, Dana Canedy, senior vice president and publisher of Simon & Schuster, said; ‘Vice President Pence’s life and work, his journey as a Christian, the challenges and triumphs he has faced, and the lessons he has learned, tells an American story of extraordinary public service during a time of unrivaled public interest in our government and politics,’

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The work which is currently untitled, according to the publisher, will cover Pence’s faith and public service, including his stint as a US congressman, his rise to become the governor of Indiana, and his return to Washington as the number two official in the land.

Pence, expressing gratitude at the opportunity to tell his life story, said he looks forward to the chance ‘to invite readers on a journey from a small town in Indiana to Washington, DC.’

Simon & Schuster said the contract was a two-book deal, with the first volume tentatively scheduled for publication in 2023.

Two people in the publishing industry said Pence’s deal is worth between $3 million and $4 million, CNN reported.

Pence has largely been on the political sidelines since he and Trump lost the November election to now-President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

Pence came under withering attack from Trump early this year as the president pressured his deputy to thwart final certification of the election results.

Pence defied Trump, saying on January 6 — the same day that a pro-Trump mob ransacked the US Capitol — that he would not intervene to stop the certification.

 

AFRICA DAILY NEWS, NEW YORK

 

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