Carl “Trump” Nice, a Republican candidate in Kentucky Secretary of state primary, said Sunday he will take legal action if his nickname on the ballot. (Facebook)
A Republican candidate for current Secretary of state of Kentucky, said on Tuesday that he would cut legal action, according to officials him the “bona fide” nickname “trump card” from the GOP primary ballot.
Carl “Trump” Nice to have a former CIA officer and a secret service agent, and in November submitted his nickname appears in this year’s primary ballot, the candidate said in a statement. But the nickname was deleted from the ballot, according to Michael Adams, a Republican opponent, filed a motion in January to have it.
“It is a nickname I have had since birth or since 2014 when I ran for the Capitol? No, but it does not matter, because there is no law for if the nick is not used to you,” Nice told the Courier-Journal from the northeast.
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Secretary of state Alison Lundergan Grimes’ office, said he determined that was such a Nice thing with the Nick “in an improper attempt to gain an advantage on the ballot,” WTHR-TV reported, citing a statement.
Net has claimed that the designation was awarded by the “evil members” of the Republican party for his support from the beginning of Donald Trump in 2015.
But Adams claims that the nickname is real, to challenge, Nice it is just to gain an advantage in the four-candidate primary.
“It’s not actually his name; it is the president’s name, that he was committing fraud,” he told the Courier-Journal.
Nice accusation, fired back at Adams’ called it the last of his opponents of “dirty tricks”.
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“Adams engaged in a series of dirty tricks behind the scenes, targeting me and other opponents for months,” he told the Courier-Journal.
The paper reported a net s given middle name as “Benjamin”.