he is willing to tie his political future to President Trump, “a man whose immorality in the form of lying, cheating, and deceiving in every aspect of his life, from his marriage to his businesses, had made him a living exemplar of everything that Christianity and conservatism abhorred.”
It’s okay, though, because this is all part of God’s plan — for Pence.
. . . after losing his first race for Congress in 1988, Pence not so gradually becomes a cunning, self-righteous, self-lauding extremist . . .
The book offers plenty of evidence that Pence’s presidential aspirations remain strong. The executive branch is littered with Pence people because “Trump didn’t have any people of his own.” The vice president’s “pious and cautious exterior” hides his “desire for power"
Conservative commentator George F. Will has described Pence as "horrifying.
As Michael D'Antonio told CNN last night, Pence could become the longest serving President in recent years - 2 years as Trump is impeached followed by 2 four year terms.