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Mike Pence is reportedly playing a secret role in the Trump veepstakes

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Mike Pence remains persona non grata in GOP circles. The desperate Republicans vying to be Donald Trump‘s running mate must publicly disavow the former VP, who refused to throw the 2020 election. “I would not have done what Mike Pence did,” said New York rep.

Elise Stefanik, one of Trump’s top congressional attack dogs. “I don’t think that was the right approach.”But in private, Stefanik and her team aren’t trying to separate themselves from the emasculated veep.

Instead, they’re reaching out for advice, according to Politico. Stay woke with our daily briefing while staying informed on all things LGBTQ+ entertainment, life, and more!Long gone from the presidential race, Pence is reportedly in high demand as a sounding board this election season.

Following Trump’s win in Iowa, Politico says intermediaries for Stefanik, Kristi Noem and Tim Scott have all sought out meetings with a top advisor to the gay-hating former governor. “Pence may be roadkill in the Trump universe after their acrimonious breakup at the end of 2020–and Pence’s ill fated, short-lived presidential campaign last year–but other Republicans hoping to win over Trump are happy to feast on his carrion,” writes Politico’s Adam Wren.

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