Homeless Mike Pence Couch Surfing At Indiana Governor’s Summer Cabin
Since leaving D.C last week, former Vice President Mike Pence has reportedly been living in a cabin owned by Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb (R), which the governor uses as a summer home.
The former VP doesn’t have a home or anywhere to live.
Greeted at Columbus Airport in Indiana on January 20, Pence told the crowd, “Let me also take a moment to say thank you to President Donald Trump and Melania for all they have done to make America great again. We will always be grateful for the opportunity that they gave us to serve.”
Pence further told the crowd that he and his wife Karen Pence already planned to move back to Indiana after the Biden Inauguration. Republicans close to Pence are concerned about his apparent lack of a home or job. Pence has not owned a home or rented property since 2007.
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Republicans have cited death threats around the January 6 riots in the U.S. Capitol building as the reason the former VP has not settled on a permanent address yet.
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