Does Trump-Supporter David Jolly Embrace Some, Most, or All Trump’s Dangerous and Divisive Policies?

Does Trump-Supporter U.S. Rep. David Jolly Embrace Some, Most, or All of the GOP Presidential Nominee’s Dangerous and Divisive Policies?


AUFC Challenges Jolly for Clarification After Trump Meeting with House Republicans Today

Washington Examiner: Jolly's office confirmed with the Examiner on May 23 the congressman will vote for the GOP nominee. "He will not be supporting Hillary Clinton."


Washington DC (July 7, 2016) – Following presumptive Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump’s meeting on Capitol Hill today with over 200 rank and file House Republicans, Americans United for Change challenged Congressman David Jolly (R-FL-13) to elaborate in detail on his pledge to support Trump to lead the free world and have his finger on the nuclear button. Voters deserve to know exactly how much Congressman Jolly agrees with Trump’s xenophobic, unapologetically racist, misogynist, sexist, saber-rattling, anti-environment, anti-worker proposals and rhetoric.

To make it easy for the Congressman, below is a list of the latest news headlines summing up Trump’s dangerous, discriminatory, and deceitful vision for making the American economy tank again, and all his office has to do is specify which Trump idea he “Approves” or Disapproves”.  As long as Congressman Jolly continues to put his party over his country by refusing to condemn his choice for President’s hate mongering and his fraudulent and sketchy business practices at the expense of ordinary Americans, it can only be assumed as an endorsement of them.   

After participating in 11 GOP primary debates and hundreds of media interviews, there is no mystery left as to what Trump stands for.  But the question remains: Does Trump-supporter Congressman Jolly agree with some, most or all of the failed Casino mogul’s dangerous vision for America? Voters won’t be fooled by slippery claims to support Trump but not any of Trump’s extreme ideas. It’s a package deal.








































FYI – similar releases were issued to local press in the following districts:

Erik Paulsen (R-MN-3)
WCCO-CBS, May 4, 2016:  Congressman Erik Paulsen’s campaign issued this statement: “Like a lot of voters, Erik has problems with both Trump and Clinton but expects to vote for the nominee.”


Cresent Hardy (R-NV-4)

Las Vegas Review-Journal, March 5, 2016: “Hardy also has told National Journal he would support Trump if he becomes the GOP nominee.”


David Young (R-IA-3)

Washington Examiner: On May 5, Young reaffirmed that he would support Trump as the party's nominee.


Scott Garrett (R-NJ-5)

Washington Examiner: On May 5, Garrett's campaign manager said, "Garrett intends to support the Republican nominee."


Lee Zeldin (R-NY-01)

Washington Examiner: In a March 3 interview, Zeldin said, "If Donald Trump is the candidate against Hillary Clinton, then I will be supporting Donald Trump."


Frank Guinta (R-NH-1)

Talking Points Memo, May 4, 2016: On March 30, Guinta said he would support the GOP nominee and said Trump is "a good thing" for the country.