Former Vice President Mike Pence will become a distinguished visiting fellow at The Heritage Foundation.
Pence announced that he is going back to his home in Indiana in the summer. Some speculate that he will run for president in 2024.
“Over the course of the past four years, our team at Heritage has worked closely with members of the Trump administration on a host of policy accomplishments,” said Kay C. James, president of the Heritage Foundation.
“That’s why I am excited Vice President Mike Pence will join forces with Heritage to ensure we continue to advance conservative principles and policy solutions. His allegiance to the Constitution and commitment to advancing a conservative policy agenda make him an outstanding fit for The Heritage Foundation,” he continued.
Pence plans to run a monthly column for The Daily Signal. He will also give speeches. He plans to share expert advice on public policy.
Pence has worked with The Heritage Foundation before, while he was in Congress and in the White House.
“The Heritage Foundation is a flagship of the conservative movement and I am profoundly honored to join them as a distinguished visiting fellow to advance conservative policies that will benefit every American,” Pence said.
“I look forward to rolling up my sleeves and working with the all-star team at Heritage as we continue to take the case for a strong national defense, free markets and traditional values to policymakers across the Nation and to every American who cherishes our Heritage of Freedom,” he added.