Mike Pence Launches Video Podcast to 'Share the Good News of Conservatism'

Former Vice President Mike Pence is launching a video podcast. The platform will be one of many projects Pence will work on in the months to come through his latest partnership with Young America's Foundation (YAF), the organization announced on Friday.

Pence had been a supporter of YAF—a conservatism advocacy group that works with students—long before he entered the White House under President Donald Trump's administration. Now that his term is over, Pence will serve as the YAF's Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar and will work with the organization's campus lecture program, speaking with students at colleges and universities across the country in addition to launching a video podcast in which he says he will "share the good news of conservatism."

"Throughout its 60-year history, Young America's Foundation has been a bulwark of the Conservative Movement, advancing the cause of freedom and ensuring our future leaders embrace America's founding principles and I am honored to join YAF as the Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar," Pence said in a statement. "Long before I became Vice President to President Donald Trump, the vision and leadership of Ronald Reagan inspired my youth and I am humbled to continue the work of advancing the Conservative cause from a position bearing his name."

He added: "Now more than ever, we need to take the case for freedom, free markets, and traditional values to the rising generation and I look forward to working with the great YAF team to ensure the torch of freedom shines bright for generations to come."

Mike Pence Launches Video Podcast
Then–Vice President Mike Pence laughs during a press conference at Kirribilli House on April 22, 2017 in Sydney. Pence had been a supporter of YAF—a conservatism advocacy group that works with students—long before he became vice president. Brendon Thorne/Getty Images

Details regarding the podcast's launch date been revealed as of yet. However, a YAF spokesperson informed Newsweek that Pence's podcast will release widely across the organization's digital platforms including YAF's YouTube channel.

Under his role as the YAF's Ronald Reagan Presidential Scholar, Pence is expected to pen a monthly op-ed for students that will address "the importance of investing" as well as a number of other relevant topics and current events impacting conservative agendas.

In a tweet on Friday, Pence hyped on his new position with the YAF and the group's work.

"Now more than ever, we need to take the case for freedom, free markets, and traditional values to the rising generation and I look forward to working with the great @yaf team to ensure the torch of freedom shines bright for generations to come," he wrote.

Now more than ever, we need to take the case for freedom, free markets, and traditional values to the rising generation and I look forward to working with the great @yaf team to ensure the torch of freedom shines bright for generations to come.

— Mike Pence (@Mike_Pence) February 5, 2021

The YAF is just one of the outlets keeping Pence busy following Trump's exit from the White House.

The 61-year-old was also named a Heritage Foundation's distinguished fellow and will aid the organization's experts in creating conservative-leaning public policies along with delivering speeches and writing a monthly column through the Heritage Foundation's news platform, The Daily Signal.

Pence also recently announced plans to create The Office of the Former Vice President, his post-White House transition team in Virginia, which will handle the former Indiana Governor's official activities.