The left is desperate and you can tell. The hit pieces are coming more frequently and more vicious, a clear sign the end is near for them.
They are terribly afraid Trump and Pence have realigned the political landscape to favor a GOP presidential candidate for the next few election cycles.
True, this planted story could be coming from within, but Pence’s team famously doesn’t leak to the media.
As reported by the Hill: Karen Pence refused to greet President Trump on Election Night 2016 amid a tense mood at Trump campaign headquarters, according to a new book.
Vice President Pence went to kiss his wife after Pennsylvania was called in favor of Trump, according to an excerpt published Thursday in The Guardian from author Michael Lewis’s book, “The Fifth Risk.”
“You got what you wanted, Mike. Now leave me alone,” she reportedly said, turning away from her husband.
Lewis also wrote that Karen Pence wouldn’t say hello to Trump at the gathering. He added that Trump sat staring at the television as the results came in without saying anything.
The vice president’s office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
Lewis’s book is not the first time reporting has surfaced to suggest Karen Pence has a tense relationship with the president.
An Atlantic profile of Mike Pence published earlier this year quoted a former campaign aide who said the second lady was “disgusted” after an “Access Hollywood” video surfaced in which Trump brags about groping women without their consent.
The aide said Karen Pence finds Trump “reprehensible,” though the vice president’s office denied the characterization.
Karen Pence has not publicly criticized Trump, and Vice President Pence has been unwavering in his support of the president and his policies.
This is quite the Michael Lewis paragraph. pic.twitter.com/BWHQvsHNUE
— Daniel W. Drezner (@dandrezner) September 27, 2018