- Mike Pence has no permanent residence of his own despite being in politics for about 20 years
- Two Republican leaders close to him revealed the 61-year-old and his family were staying at his brother's place in his hometown of Columbus
- On the contrary, Donald Trump and his family, moved into a palatial residence that is fully furnished and located within leafy suburbs in Mar-a-Lago, Florida state
Former United States vice president Mike Pence and his wife Karen are reportedly homeless after they left office.
According to The Independent, Pence has no permanent residence of his own.
During his farewell address before the inauguration of the 46th US President Joe Biden, Pence had revealed he would move to his hometown in Indiana state but did not elaborate on the exact place.
Pence staying in brother's house
Two Republican leaders close to him intimated to Business Insider that he was staying at his brother's place in his hometown of Columbus while another source disclosed he was residing at a cabin used by Indiana governor, Eric Holcomb, for retreat purposes.
Pence, 61, was brought up in Columbus and was elected Indiana congressman in 2001 serving until 2013.
He was later elected Indiana governor in the same year and served until 2017. During his time as Indiana boss, Pence lived at governor's residence in Indianapolis.
He in January 2017, moved to the vice presidential residence after the election of Republican leader Donald Trump as the 46th US president having been his deputy.
Trump moves to palatial residence
Briefly.co.za had reported Pence's former boss, Trump and his family, moved into a palatial residence that is fully furnished and located within leafy suburbs in Mar-a-Lago, Florida state.
The home tucked in Palm Beach was purchased by the 45th US president head back in 1985 at what most would consider a throwaway price.
It has a killer view of the ocean and a beachy breeze that hits the right spot in the evening.
The beachfront property sits on a 20-acre land and has a spa, guest rooms, Trump’s private residence and three bomb shelters.
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