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Madison Cawthorn Announces Divorce One Day After Telling TPUSA Crowd to Get Married Young

Madison Cawthorn Announces Divorce One Day After Telling TPUSA Crowd to Get Married Young

Rep. Madison Cawthorn (Q-NC) announced on Wednesday that he and his wife will be getting divorced after having been married for just eight months.

In a statement released by Cawthorn’s office, the freshman congressman explained why he and his wife decided to separate, blaming it on the demands of his busy new life never actually working in Congress.

“When my wife Cristina and I were engaged, I was not a member of Congress, I felt called to serve and we both agreed that I should run,” he began. “Overnight our lives changed. That change has been both hectic and difficult, it’s neither the pace nor the lifestyle we had planned for.” Cawthorn added that while the couple “committed to make things work,” in the end they “realized that balance was not attainable, and that we had irreconcilable differences between us.”

Cristina Bayardelle Cawthorn told local news station Fox 46 that she and Cawthorn “had an incredible journey together” but added that “the lifestyle shift into public life has been strenuous, and many aspects of the transition have been unexpected.”

Or maybe a little light treason got between them.


Earlier this week, Qawthorn told a group of young conservatives attending Charlie Kirk’s TPUSA Hate Speech Conference that they should drop out of college and get married young, because it’s super easy to parlay that into getting into Congress under suspicious circumstances.

No one really expected a person who can’t grasp the simple concept of pronouns to be gracious when discussing how cool it is to be a privileged white male Republican, but let’s all remember the GQP is only here to dismantle our voting system from within while denying January 6th was a domestic terror attack plotted from within.

At least Twitter enjoyed the schadenfreude for a late snack on Wednesday.

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