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Report: Madison Cawthorn Could Very Well Lose His Primary on Tuesday

Report: Madison Cawthorn Could Very Well Lose His Primary on Tuesday

In 2020, Madison Cawthorn became one of the youngest people ever elected to the United States Congress. He was seen as a rising star in the GOP, a telegenic presence for a Republican party that has issues with young people.

UNITED STATES – NOVEMBER 18: Rep. Madison Cawthorn, R-N.C., is seen in the U.S. Capitol as House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., spoke at length on the House floor to delay the Build Back Better Act vote on Thursday, November 18, 2021. (Photo By Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc via Getty Images)

The issue for Cawthorn, however, has been non-stop controversy. The issues have become so constant that even Donald Trump is reportedly thinking about pulling his endorsement. Cawthorn faces a primary on Tuesday, and according to NBC News, he could lose.

The report lays out the laundry list of Cawthorn’s fumbles:

“That’s in part because of a striking pattern of unusual behavior: speeding without a valid driver’s licensetaking a firearm through security at an airport; wearing lingerie in photos; appearing in a video in which a staffer pantomimes a grab for his groin; gyrating naked on top of another man in bed; accusing un-named lawmakers of inhaling cocaine and inviting him to an orgy; promoting a cryptocurrency in ways that prompted critics to claim he engaged in insider trading; and calling Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy ‘a thug.'”

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Of course, the Republican lawmaker is in a very deep red district. And Republican voters have traditionally shown a willingness to turn a blind eye to even the worst accusations.


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