Former Vice President Mike Pence is trying to remain out of the spotlight these days, NBC News reports, but there's now some clarity about his future plans.
The big one, per NBC, is the formation of a non-profit social welfare organization, which will likely be active on conservative political issues and keep Pence in touch with donors should he decide to run for president in 2024. The group will not be allowed to engage in campaigning, however. An announcement is expected within the next month, NBC reports.
Other than that, Pence, who has returned to his home state of Indiana, reportedly may write a book and will campaign for Republican candidates ahead of races in 2022. He has not made a decision about whether he's considering a White House bid, and he likely won't make that public until after the mid-terms.
Pence's relationship with former President Donald Trump, which, to put it mildly, faltered after the deadly Jan. 6 Capitol riot, does not appear to have improved over the last few weeks, NBC reports. Read more at NBC News.