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A Newly Political Contestant Won Donald Trump's Endorsed Candidate.

Madison Cawthorn
Madison Cawthorn who is new in politics won Donald Trump's Endorsed Candidate for the contesting of the president chief of staff in North Carolina GOP congressional primary.


On Tuesday Madison Cawthorn scored a stunning political upset which made his supporters and opposers to predict that he will win the North Carolina congressional primary to replace the vacated seat of president's Chief  of staff.But now, it has been cleared that he defeated Lynda Bennett who  was supported  by president Donald Trump  and meadow with other high profile supporters with 65.82% of his vote compared 34.18% of Lynda Bennett's vote.

It was a very big shock and a great surprise to both his supporters and opposers that despite that Lynda Bennett was fully supported by so many personnels ,but he still won the seat.

Madison Cawthorn could have been the youngest among the members of the congress if at all he was elected on November, but unfortunately for him he was won by the New York democratic Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cotez who took office when she was 29.

Cawthorn was involved in a 2014 car accident which made his to be partially paralized but depite his condition, he still has the ability to convince the young voters to vote for him.
Cawthorn is the owner of the new estate investment company and he is also a motivational speaker.

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"Cawthorn's victory in the North Carolina congressional primary was not by the acceptance or refusal of president Donald Trump it was just divine". said by a cooper.

Cawthorn as a conservative and a constitutional is someone who has a great plan for the growth of America and someone whose aim is to protect people's freedom and defend the value of faith and family has won the office of the president's Chief of staff.

"Cawthorn viewed and recognizes the potential hole that the Republican party is in based on generational dynamics". Michael Bitzer, a professor of politics at Catawba college in North Carolina.

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