Convicted former Donald Trump advisor George Papadopoulos has filed paperwork to run for Congress in California as a Republican.
Papadopoulos is running for the state’s 25th congressional district, which will be an open seat following the announcement by Rep. Katie Hill (D-CA) that she will not run for re-election after being targeted with revenge porn.
In October of 2017, Papadopoulos pleaded guilty to make false statements to the FBI. He served twelve days in a federal prison.
Trump has said his former advisor was just a “coffee boy.”
State Assemblywoman Christy Smith, who is a Democrat running for the seat, blasted Papadopoulos.
“If he pled guilty to lying to the FBI – how do we know he’ll tell us the truth? We deserve someone from our community serving as our voice – not Trump’s wannabe political hack,” Smith said.
— Christy Smith (@ChristyforCA25) October 29, 2019
— CATargetBot (@CATargetBot) October 29, 2019
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