State politician assuming Gates’ career is over


Scandal-stricken Rep. Matt Gaetz (Republican) said he had no intention of resigning from Congress, but his “political brother” in Florida “has already joked to take his seat.” The Wall Street Journal Report..

The Justice Department reportedly reportedly investigating Florida politician and former Seminole County tax collector Joel Greenberg, who was charged with Gates, paid a woman allegedly recruited online for sex. The survey also looks at whether Gates had a sexual relationship with a 17-year-old girl.

While Gates is saying journal He has no plans to resign, former Republican Congressman David Jolly of Florida thinks he may have no other choice. “These scandals have reached a certain point in time,” said Jolly, who is no longer a member of the Republican Party. Said journal, Note that Florida politicians “assume” that Gates’ career is over. “We have clearly reached that point for Matt in politics.”

Former President Donald Trump may also be in that camp, at least for now. Gates is an avid Trump ally, but Trump’s adviser told him to leave the situation, two people familiar with the matter. Said The Daily Beast.. Trump reportedly personally said things seemed “really bad” to Gates, but he also reportedly enjoyed the possibility that it was at least a slanderous campaign. “With this, a 10-foot pole isn’t long enough,” said Republican operative Barry Bennett, who advised Trump during the 2016 campaign. Said The Daily Beast.. “The former president should be as far away as possible from now on,” he said.

only time will tell.read more The Wall Street Journal And The Daily Beast..

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