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Mike Pence Just Signed A Seven-Figure Book Deal—And People Had Some Savage Title Ideas

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It was recently announced publisher Simon & Schuster had reached a seven-figure—that means at least $1 million—agreement with former Vice President Mike Pence for his autobiography and a second book.

The first book is set to come out in 2023.


On Twitter, the news was greeted with a plethora of jokes about what Pence should title his life story.



Many of the titles focused on Pence's tumultuous last weeks in office when Donald Trump incited a riot of people who stormed the capitol looking for Pence.



Pence's subservience to Donald Trump was also duly noted.



The former Vice President has also mishandled multiple public health crises.

Could that work its way into the title somehow?


Twitter is rarely in a better mood than when it's roasting a far-right politician.


Mike Pence truly has so many options to choose from when it comes to his new book.

Hopefully Pence was following along on Twitter and got a few new ideas for his upcoming title.