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North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows published announcing a Declaration, it is not a choice try again but still with the President of Trump and the management.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., is not up for re-election, he confirmed in a statement on Thursday.
The four-term Congressman said that he was at the end of his term in office.
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“That was a decision I struggled with greatly. These last 8 years, I was so blessed to serve the people of NC-11 and help you give voice to millions of Americans who feel that Washington, DC has forgotten,” he said in a statement.
The vehement supporters of the President, Trump announced, the accomplishments that he has seen, to reach the administration.
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“Because, apart from the President Trump, I stand witness to a historic economic prosperity, the unemployment I have only dreamed of when I came into office, tax and regulatory reforms, by American workers first, our Embassy in Israel moved to Jerusalem and trade agreements, which once were thought impossible,” he said. “I have seen our law enforcement and first responders receive the support they deserve, and our military is once again on a path to its superiority.”
Meadows went on to say that his work with Trump and the administration “is only the beginning,” and he will remain “fully committed to the fight with him and his team.”
In front of the house’s Wednesday vote to indict the President on allegations of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress -, meadows -, language-support is the trump card, chastise Democrats for the conduct of a fair trial failed. “Once again, Washington, DC, and the Democrats are disconnected from what Americans actually want.”
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In his retirement announcement, meadows, booth vowed to keep, in the name of the American people.
“I’ve always said that the Congress is a temporary position, but the fight to return to Washington, DC to the rightful owners, We The people, has only just begun,” he said.