Donald Trump is finding it very hard to communicate with his voter base these days. Besides being banned from major social media platforms and closing down his blog, he’s reportedly not being courted by major book publishers to write his post-White House memoirs. While there is certainly an audience for his message, behind the scenes, the thought of editing a Trump book is being touted as “a fact-checking nightmare,” per Politico.
Presidential ElectionPosted byNewsweek
Mike Pence has joined the growing list of people to question when Vice President Kamala Harris will visit the U.S.-Mexico border as part of her mandate to handle the sharp rise of people trying to enter the U.S. illegally. The former VP under Donald Trump tweeted a number of pictures...
Former Vice President Mike Pence has picked up a 10,349 sq. ft. home on five acres in Indiana, his home state. The house contains seven bedrooms and eight baths; it is surrounded by lawns and semi-forested swaths in the Indianapolis suburb of Zionsville. The large lot enables room to spare...
POTUSPosted byLaw & Crime
Anti-Vaxxer Who Called Mike Pence a ‘Traitor’ and Her Husband Both Plead Guilty to Parading Inside U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6th
Together with her husband, a woman who spouted COVID-19 and election conspiracy theories on Facebook pleaded guilty on Monday to federal charges tied to the Jan. 6th siege of the Capitol. Their misdemeanor plea opens Virginia couple Jessica Bustle and Joshua Bustle up to a possible maximum six-month sentence for parading, demonstrating or picketing inside a Capitol building.
Former Vice President Mike Pence has moved on from Washington, D.C. He’s returned to his home state of Indiana — and he’s living in luxury. According to reports, Pence and his wife Karen have bought an Indiana mansion for a staggering price of $1.9M. And photos of the stately home...
Sioux Center, IAsiouxcountyradio.com
Former Vice President Mike Pence is scheduled to headline Rep. Randy Feenstra's inaugural "Feenstra Family Picnic" next month in Sioux Center. The event is scheduled for Friday, July 16, at the Dean Family Classic Car Museum in Sioux Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.. More information on the representative's...
They’ve put down roots in Zionsville, IN, a suburb north of Indianapolis, with a $1.93 million home purchase, USA Today first reported. The property, located in Hamilton County, came on the market in April for $1.8 million. If the final reported price is accurate, the ex-veep paid over the asking in order to secure his dream home.
Carmel, INPosted byWHAS11
CARMEL, Ind. — Editor's Note: The video seen in the player is from January 2021. Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife have purchased a $1.93 million suburban Indianapolis house that sits on a 5-acre spread and features seven bedrooms, a swimming pool and an indoor basketball court. Pence...
Indiana StateNew York Post
Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, have put their Washington, DC, days behind them and are living in a $1.93 million Indiana home they purchased last month. Property records reveal that Pence, 62, bought a seven-bedroom, 7½-bathroom house in the upscale location of Carmel — known as the luxury pinnacle in his state of Indiana.
Carmel, INMadison Courier
CARMEL — Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife have purchased a $1.93 million suburban Indianapolis house that sits on a 5-acre spread and features seven bedrooms, a swimming pool and an indoor basketball court. Pence and his wife, Karen, took out a $1.54 million mortgage on the 10,300-square-foot...
Sioux Center, IAkiwaradio.com
Sioux Center, Iowa — Former US Vice President Mike Pence will be in northwest Iowa next month. The nation’s 48th Vice President is scheduled to attend a fundraiser for 4th District Congressman Randy Feenstra in Sioux Center on July 16th. The event is being called “Feenstra Family Picnic” and will...
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Mike Pence buys $1.9M Indiana home with a pool and games room after being ‘homeless’ when he left White House
MIKE Pence has picked up an Indiana mansion with a pool and games room for $1.93million after being left “homeless” when he left the White House in January. The former Vice President, 62, closed the deal on the five-acre property on May 25, four months after leaving Washington DC with his wife and two daughters to return home to Indiana.
Presidential ElectionPosted byDaily Mail
Mike Pence purchases $1.9M Indiana mansion with a handcrafted bar and a basketball court in one of Midwest's wealthiest areas ahead of possible 2024 run
Mike Pence and his wife have returned to their Midwest roots at a newly purchased mansion in one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Indiana. The 62-year-old former Vice President, who is rumored to be preparing for a presidential run as the Republican candidate in 2024, and Karen Pence purchased a new home in the Indiana suburbs of Carmel for $1.93 million last month.
Iowa StateWashington Times
Former Vice President Mike Pence is headed back to Iowa. Mr. Pence, a possible 2024 presidential contender, is slated on July 16 to headline Republican Rep. Randy Feenstra’s inaugural Feenstra Family Picnic at The Dean Family Classic Car Museum in Sioux Center. Mr. Pence also is set to appear later...