MIAMI (AP) — The simple whiff of an embarrassment once disentangled political professions with staggering rate. Not any longer.
Entangled in a government sex dealing examination, Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida has denied the claims, repelled ideas that he leave and sent raising support bids that depict him as a survivor of a “slanderous attack.” During a prominent appearance Friday night at previous President Donald Trump’s Doral golf club in Miami, he promised, “I have not yet started to battle.”
“I’m worked for the fight and I’m not going anyplace,” Gaetz said. “The smears against me range from mutilations of my own life to wild — and I mean wild — paranoid notions.”