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The Marine Corps calls Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif., stop, his eagle, globe and anchor emblem and the trademark-protected term in the campaign mailer, according to were both featured in an ad that targeted two Muslim lawmakers and his Democratic Challenger.
The military wing of the trademark licensing office sent Hunter a cease-and-say desist letter on Tuesday, that were used in emblem and the phrase “No Better friend, No Worse enemy”, which in at least one mailer to his constituents. The letter said both may not be used by third parties without permission.
“The eagle, globe and anchor is a brand of the Marine Corps, by Federal law, the” Marine Capt. Christopher Harrison, a communication strategy officer, told Fox News in an E-Mail. “In accordance with 10 U.S. Code § 7881, the seal and coat-of-arms should not be used in connection with political activities.”
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The Marine Corps also said the protected sentence could mean that the sponsorship of the hunter’s candidacy, or his opinion on a certain topic.
The emblem and the kit was recently on an envelope display, which featured photos of Democratic and Rashida Tlaib of Michigan, and Ilhan Omar, of Minnesota, to serve the first Muslim women, in Congress, and Ammar Campa-Najjar, who is vying for the disempowerment of the San Diego Congressman for a second time.
“These three social Democrats want you to forget their anti-Semitism or terrorist gang”, a message on the mailer States. [Israel was misspelled.]
Many have reported Islamophobic ad, for a fee, the hunter denies, KNSD-TV. Omar was the target of xenophobia in the last few months for their criticism of Israel and other comments
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Hunter spokesman Michael Harrison said the Congressman is, the observance of the Marine Corps’ request, but was disappointed that “he now is told that he is not with this motto, or a picture that thousands of Marines, such as Congressman Hunter that went to war under that banner for tattoos, coins, T-shirts, hats, books, posters and many other items of a personal mood.”
“It is so much a part of them, as the Marine Corps is,” he continued.
Hunter, a Marine veteran, served two tours in Iraq, admitted in may, a photo with a dead enemy fighters.
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He stands in front of the urgent political struggles. He is facing several corruption charges in connection with the alleged abuse pending of $250,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses, including extramarital Affairs.
His trial is expected later this year. His wife, Margaret Hunter, pleaded guilty to a corruption charge in June, and cooperation with Federal-state attorneys.