Ex-US Vice President Mike Pence To Pen Memoir Ahead Of 2024 Race: Publisher

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Ex-US Vice President Mike Pence To Pen Memoir Ahead Of 2024 Race: Publisher

Ex-US Vice President To Pen Memoir Forward Of 2024 Race: Writer (FILE)

Washington:

Mike Pence has inked a deal to write down an autobiography addressing his time as US vp within the Trump administration, writer Simon & Schuster stated Wednesday concerning a two-book contract reportedly price at the least $three million.

Pence, 61, is a conservative Republican extensively believed to be contemplating a presidential run of his personal in 2024, and a pre-election memoir would fulfill a step historically taken by American politicos mulling increased workplace.

“Vice President Pence’s life and work, his journey as a Christian, the challenges and triumphs he has confronted, and the teachings he has realized, tells an American story of extraordinary public service throughout a time of unequalled public curiosity in our authorities and politics,” Dana Canedy, senior vp and writer of Simon & Schuster, stated in an announcement.

The presently untitled work, in response to the writer, will cowl Pence’s religion and public service, together with his stint as a US congressman, his rise to develop into the governor of Indiana, and his return to Washington because the quantity two official within the land.

Pence, expressing gratitude on the alternative to inform his life story, stated he seems to be ahead to the prospect “to ask readers on a journey from a small city in Indiana to Washington, DC.”

Simon & Schuster stated the contract was a two-book deal, with the primary quantity tentatively scheduled for publication in 2023.

Two individuals within the publishing trade stated Pence’s deal is price between $three million and $four million, CNN reported.

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

Pence got here underneath withering assault from Trump early this 12 months because the president pressured his deputy to thwart closing certification of the election outcomes.

Pence defied Trump, saying on January 6 — the identical day {that a} pro-Trump mob ransacked the US Capitol — that he wouldn’t intervene to cease the certification.

(This story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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