Former Vice President Mike Pence surprised everyone this past week with news that he was heading into surgery for a crucial operation.
Pence, at 61 years of age, was having a slow heart-rate which may have been related to the asymptomatic heart blockage he reported in 2016 after becoming the VP nominee for President Trump.
As we have now uncovered, Pence had a pacemaker implanted to help regulate his heart and keep him healthy. While this is a relatively safe procedure, anything related to heart surgery can be a serious ordeal.
Just a few hours ago, we received a major update from the former VP himself,
check it out:
Great to be Back to Work Today! My Doctors say I’m on the road to a full recovery! I will always be grateful for their caring professionalism and the Prayers and Kind Words from So Many across the Country. Thanks So Much! God is good. Onward!
@Mike_Pence on Twitter
Great to be Back to Work Today! My Doctors say I’m on the road to a full recovery! I will always be grateful for their caring professionalism and the Prayers and Kind Words from So Many across the Country. Thanks So Much! God is good. Onward! 🇺🇸
— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) April 20, 2021
It sounds like he is out of surgery and doing well on the road to recovery, thank God!
As to whether the former VP plans to run again alongside Trump in a potential 2024 bid for the Presidency, that much is unknown. Neither Trump nor Pence has made a firm commitment to running in 2024, although Donald has been dropping some pretty big hints.
Just last night Trump mentioned ““So I say this, I am looking at it very seriously, beyond seriously.”
Will Mike Pence be in good health and ready to go in 2024? Based on the update we are getting today from Mike I think that would be likely and he should have plenty of good years left in politics.
However, a more important question might be, will Donald Trump WANT Mike Pence to be his running mate if he runs in 2024. And that we will have to wait to find out.
Do you think Trump should choose Mike to be his VP if he runs again or someone new?
Source: Fox News