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Shocking, and yet unsurprising - and its the last day of the quarter too...

Normally I would be telling you about how important it is that we raise money at the end of the quarter to stay competitive with Lee Zeldin. June 30 is just as important as any quarter end.

But I am pre-empting that message with something more important. Over the weekend, we learned the stunning news — reported by the New York Times and confirmed by the Washington Post — that US intelligence agencies believe that Russian spies offered, and paid, cash bounties to Taliban militants for killing US military personnel. Now it seems Trump was briefed about this in writing in February.

All the while, President Trump continues to fluff up Vladimir Putin, promising to get Russia back into the G-7, end the sanctions for interfering in our elections, and more.

This is outrageous. The President or the United States is no longer acting in the national interest, if he ever did.

And where is Lee Zeldin? Nowhere. Dead silent on the attacks and covering from Trump on his official Twitter account. (Perhaps he could be in quarantine for attending Trump's rally maskless, but he is not) His level of subservience to this president would be embarrassing if so much were not at stake. Right now, it is dangerous. Not a peep of condemnation of the Russian aggression.

We need a Member of Congress who will never put politics over the national interest, never put his own ego over serving the people.

I will be that Member of Congress. I'm ready to beat Zeldin and get to work for you.

Chip in $20.20 right now. Let's get it done! (or a greater amount to help us keep our operations going until the primary votes are counted).


Posted on June 30, 2020.

For 25 years, I have been a common-sense businessman — not a career politician — so I look at things differently. I know about fixing dysfunction. It starts with hard work, a commitment to results, and perseverance — not scoring cheap political points. We can work together to provide opportunity and create an economy that works for all of us.

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