|Mike Pence Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 10 in|
|Date of Birth||June 7, 1959|
Mike Pence is an American politician, lawyer, and former broadcaster who began serving as the 48th Vice President of the United States in 2017. His term ended in January 2021. He has more than 10 million followers on Twitter, more than 1.8 million followers on Instagram, and more than 2 million followers on Facebook.
Michael Richard Pence
Columbus, Indiana, United States
Politician, Lawyer, Broadcaster
- Father – Edward Pence Jr.
- Mother – Ann “Nancy” Cawley
- Siblings – He has 5 siblings.
5 ft 10 in or 178 cm
92 kg or 203 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Mike has dated –
- Karen Pence (1985-Present) – Mike married a divorcée named Karen Batten on June 8, 1985. They are parents to son Michael Pence Jr. and daughters Charlotte Pence and Audrey Pence.
Race / Ethnicity
He has Irish, English, German, and Colonial American ancestry.
However, his hair has turned ‘Gray’ with his advancing age.
- Calm and restrained demeanor
- Extreme religious views
Mike Pence Favorite Things
- Food – Bacon
- Ice Cream – Moose Tracks
Source – Business Insider
Mike Pence Facts
- He is widely criticized for his staunch opposition to homos**uality and LGBTQ rights. Moreover, he supports the ban of gay people in military service as, according to him, it undermines unit cohesion.
- As a teenager, Mike identified as a democrat and voted for Jimmy Carter (Democratic candidate) against the Republican challenger Ronald Reagan in the 1980 election.
- He bizarrely refers to his wife as ‘mother’.
- He and Irish actor Liam Neeson share the same birthdate. Born on June 7, 1952, Neeson is 7 years older than Pence.
- He does not dine alone with other women or attend parties that serve alcohol in the absence of his wife.
- Mike is pro-life and supports overturning the historic Roe v. Wade, which led to the nationwide legalization of abortion in the United States.
- The Pences own a pet bunny named Marlon Bundo, who is famously called the ‘Bunny of the United States’ (BOTUS).
- Mike Pence took the coronavirus vaccine (Pfizer vaccine) on a televised broadcast on December 18, 2020, in order to boost public confidence in the effectiveness of the vaccine.
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