Back when Donald Trump first left office in 2017, multiple reports indicated that his right-hand man and Vice President Mike Pence, along with his wife Mother Karen, weren’t exactly doing so well in the money department. In fact, it was reported that Trump ended up rearranging some inaugural funds to pay for Karen’s dress for the event and she even allegedly demanded a staggering $1.5 million to redo the Vice Presidential home.
However, now that Donald and his administration have departed the White House in a cloud of shame and disgrace, it seems that his old VP’s money troubles are no more.
Of course, multiple reports have indicated that the former president just isn’t doing so well since being booted out of office, but it looks as though his old right-hand man is out here living his best life, relatively unconcerned about Trump’s numerous woes — which is pretty natural if you ask me, given the whole thing with the insurrectionists looking to kill him and all.
According to a new report from Mansion Global, while Donald struggles to cope with his post-presidency life, Mike Pence just dropped a staggering $1.93 million on a mansion on the outskirts of Carmel, Indiana.
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Property records indicate that the former Second Couple purchased the home back at the end of May, consisting of 10,349-square-foot, featuring a seven-bedroom, seven-and-a-half bathroom home fixed on 5 acres with a “beautiful Dock looking onto the awesome pond,” per the listing from Jerome Kutche of RE/MAX Legends Group out of Indianapolis, who declined to comment on the sale.
Listing records show that the home was listed on the 1st of April for $1.8 million, indicating that the Pences offered more than the asking price on the home and closed on May 25th.
Pence publicly announced his plans to head back to his home state of Indiana during a speech he made in Columbus, Indiana back in January of this year, on the heels of President Biden’s inauguration.
“I’ve already promised Karen we’ll be moving back to Indiana come this summer,” the former VP said during the January speech. “There’s no place like home.”
Pence’s purchase was first reported by The Indy Star.