Bolling said he “will be completely overwhelmed by people in this area in order to get Mace’s place in Charleston.”
He added: “Although my son started participating in politics shortly after his death, the overwhelming support I received does not mean that my political opportunities in South Carolina have ended.” “Although I do not plan to run for Congress in this cycle, But to me, it’s clear that President Trump is still very strong in the region.”
Mace opposed Trump’s impeachment, but did not shyly express her differences with him. She said that the former president’s actions on January 6 put her and her life in the Capitol “in jeopardy.”
Pauling is also considered a potential main challenger for Congressman Tom Rice (RS.C.), one of 10 House Republicans who voted for Trump’s impeachment. However, members of Congress attracted some Republican opponents.
Bolling, 58, had always wanted to run for public office. A few years ago, he moved to Charleston and weighed in with Republican Senator Lindsey Graham (Lindsey Graham), although he eventually chose to oppose it.
Bolling left Fox News in 2017 on suspicion of sexual misconduct, but he denied this claim. Later, he joined the conservative Sinclair Radio and Television Collection, where he hosted the “America of the Week” event until he left in January.He has been hosting a professional football podcast recently Hall of Fame Brett Favre (Brett Favre).
Trump has been eager to support the main challenge facing Republican impeachment supporters. He supported former White House aide Max Miller, who challenged Ohio Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, who voted for impeachment. He also vowed to run against Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski, who supported Trump’s conviction.