A spokeswoman for Vice President Mike Pence denied a claim in the pending anonymous anthology that he supported the use of the 25th amendment to remove President Trump from office.
"FAKE NEWS", Pence's spokeswoman Katie Waldman tweeted on Wednesday night.
Excerpts from The warning written by the anonymous official of the Trump administration who had written a "Resistance" last year was reported by the Huffington Post.
The White House advisors conducted a series of Cabinet members who they believed would be willing to sign a letter calling for Section 4 of the 25th Amendment, which declared the President incapable of to perform its duties. Pence was a person they thought she was. Much of the Cabinet and the Vice President himself would have to agree before the letter would be sent to Congress.
The 25th proposed amendment never reached a concrete stage, but this is not the first time that Trump's report has been considered inside Circle to use against him in the days after he fired FBI Director James Comey. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein felt that then Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the then Homeland Security John Kelly could be recruited for such an action, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe warns that the book may be against "one or more non-disclosure agreements "Which were signed before work in the White House, but the publication date of the book remains fixed on 1