Posted on July 26, 2022 at 4:00 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Mike Pence's autobiography is coming out a little earlier than expected.

The former vice president, whom many believe to be considering a 2024 presidential run, announced today that So Help Me God will be released November 15.

That's just a few days after midterm elections, notes The Hill, but ahead of the 2023 release predicted when news of Pence's seven-figure, two-book deal came out.

Publisher Simon & Schuster said the book will be "the most robust defense of the Trump record" but that it will also address the January 6 insurrection and subsequent "severing" of Pence's relationship with outgoing President Donald Trump.

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