Mike Pence Said To Be Incredibly Jealous Of Trump-Putin Relationship: Details Of A Heart-Broken Vice President
Vice President Mike Pence is reportedly "incredibly jealous of the growing bond" between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin, according to multiple anonymous sources from within the White House. One source reported that Pence "just stared out the window for hours, waiting and thinking aloud and wondering when his president would return home."
There is reportedly trouble brewing between Mike Pence and Donald Trump, according to one anonymous source close to the president who noted that since Trump returned from the meeting Pence has become very agitated around staff and security anytime Trump's relationship with Putin is brought up. Pence once looked at President Trump with the brightest of eyes and believed him to be faithful, but now he feels angry and is deeply suspicious that his president is fooling around with another powerful man, according to the same anonymous source.
Pence reportedly asked Trump on numerous occasions if it was alright that he tag along during the meeting with Putin in Helsinki, Finland. According to three anonymous White House staffers, the vice president appeared to be crushed when the president told him "No" again and again about accompanying him on the trip. Pence reportedly hasn't been this upset since Trump forgot his birthday last year.
Staffers in the White House are reportedly told not to mention Putin's name anywhere around Pence under direct orders of the vice president himself, according to one anonymous source. Pence has also directed the staffers never to put on news that may show Putin's face. Pence is said to have binge-watched multiple hours of anime and ate many cartons of Friendly's ice cream to distract him from the pain of knowing that Trump might have been unfaithful to him while in Finland.
Meanwhile, President Trump is said to be "very happy" about his peaceful relationship with the Russian president, according to multiple sources. Trump has also further denied any Russian collusion between himself and Putin during the 2016 US Presidential Election, calling such claims to be part of a "witch hunt" by his political opponents.
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