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Trump accuses the Democrats of hypocrisy over the outrage in his comments on foreign aid; former California Congressman Darrell Issa weighs.
Former U.S. rep Darrell Issa is reportedly a run for Rep. Duncan Hunter is not considering ‘ s seat in California, if the try members of Congress back to the accused or decides to re-election, according to the reports.
To keep track of Issa, left Congress in January after a decline another term in 2018. His seat in California’s 49th constituency was considered one of the most vulnerable for Republicans in the midterms, and was part of a blue wave ” in Orange County, flipping several seats from Republicans to Democrats in the former GOP stronghold of the region.
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Trump nominated for the Issa, the top of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency in September of last year, but his confirmation has stalled in the Senate, the hill reported.
Both Issa’s former district-and the hunters – California ‘ s 50, — in San Diego are represented, with the Hunter-by a Republican for the last three decades.
Hunter, last summer, was indicted for abuse of $ 250,000 in campaign funds, but was re-elected, in spite of the fees. However, Hunter’s wife, was also be charged in the indictment, pleaded guilty earlier this month.
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“Darrell has been a support for me in the past,” said hunter, who has not suggested he plans to leave Congress, said Hill. “He supports me now. He is not in the district, nothing to close it. He probably does not know a lot about the district. But it’s everyone’s right to the office and anywhere you want.”