Donald Trump’s campaign announced his New York State Leadership Team. The notice on the Trump Campaign website did not explain the role of the Leadership Team, but did say they had GOP leaders from each of the State’s 27 Congressional Districts.
In true Trump fashion, he declared that “New York is my home and I am so proud to have been able to assemble such an incredible team. I have watched and known these people for so many years. They love New York and our country. Together we will Make America Great Again.”
Rep. Tom Reed, Yates County Republican Party Chair Sandy King, Assemblyman Bill Nojoy (133rd Assembly District, which covers the north-west portion of Steuben County) and former Chautauqua County Executive Greg Edwards are among the 14 Co-Chairs of the Team. NY 23rd County Chairs who endorsed Trump, and therefore are considered to be on the Leadership Team, are Robert Keis (Cattaraugus), Allan Hendrickson (Chautauqua), Rodney Strange (Chemung), E. Lee Davidson (Seneca), and Sandy King (Yates).
That means that the Allegany, Ontario, Schyular, Steuben, Tioga, and Tompkins Counties’ GOP Chairs do not support Donald Trump.
Follow this link to see the list of the Leadership Team Members.
Mr .Reed is lining up his post-Congress job. He hopes to land a spot in the Trump organization.. Most likely as a lobbyist in the area of the art tax evasion for billionaires..
Criminy, leave it to Bill Nojay to worm his way into this one. He is odious; if it’s possible, even more useless than Reed.
Has anyone seen a picture of Donald Trump and Tom Reed together? Tom Reed met with Trump personally not that long ago, and given Tom Reed’s propensity for photo ops, I find it strange no photos of them together are available. To the best of my knowledge, there has only been one brief statement from Reed about his endorsement of Trump, and searching two press releases on Trump’s page (link provided above) Tom Reed isn’t mentioned in either.
I could guess that Tom Reed is very embarrassed to have endorsed Trump – especially given the outcry from liberals and libertarians and most in between those ideologies, but it’s too late now for Tom Reed to rescind his blunder.
Trump will be in Rochester Sunday. I wonder what Tom’s doing then.
That’s alright. When Trump loses badly…we can then align Reed with a true loser and expose him for the loser he is.