Trump’s Former VP Just Landed a New Job

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Trump’s Former VP Just Landed a New Job – Here’s What Mike Pence Is Doing Now

Former Vice President Mike Pence attempted to run for president this cycle. After polling at only 1%, he quickly dropped out of the race. He has refused to endorse Donald Trump for president; it is unclear what he role will be in the upcoming election season.

Mike Pence has long been a voice for conservative values in the country. He had previously worked with conservative think tanks and lobbyist groups which worked to advance conservative values in government.

Now, he is moving onto another gig. He recently announced his latest gig, which will once again focus on traditional American values. But this time, he will be using his experience and knowledge to directly impact future American generations.

From Fox News:
Pence will be teaching a course at Grove City College, the school announced Thursday. Grove City College is a conservative Christian school located in Grove City, Pennsylvania.

“It was an honor to be on campus today and see President Paul McNulty and so many wonderful students!” Pence tweeted Thursday, with photos of him addressing the annual conference held by The Institute for Faith & Freedom.

Pence will serve as the Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Faith & Public Life for the school’s new Center for Faith & Public Life, which will “explore and support the presence of Christian faith in public institutions,” the school said.

Mike Pence announced he will serve as the Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Faith & Public Life at Grove City College. This is a conservative Christian school in Grove City, Pennsylvania.

He will be teaching at the school’s new Center for Faith & Public Life. This department will focus on supporting the “presence of Christian faith” in public places. It is not known if that means in government or other public institutions like schools.

Pence has already visited the campus, met with the president, and interacted with students. The former vice president said faith and “engaging in public life” are not “mutually exclusive.” That statement will no doubt be shared by many conservative Americans.

It’s unknown what kind of influence Pence will have on this college. However, his name being attached to Grove City College will no doubt attract many applications, especially as other liberal colleges watch enrollment drop.

Key Takeaways:

  • Former Vice President Mike Pence will teach at Grove City College.
  • He will be the Distinguished Visiting Fellow for Faith & Public Life.
  • This comes after he lost his bid for the GOP nomination for president.

Source: Fox News

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Mick Farthing

Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.

Mick is a freelance writer, cartoonist, and graphic designer. He is a regular contributor for the Patriot Journal.

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