Georgia Republican Senate candidate Herschel Walker hit back at former President Barack Obama on Wednesday, saying he was not eligible to run for office despite being a good footballer.
Former NFL running back Walker told Brian Kilmeade of Fox and Friends He never met Obama, but if he did, it would mean he was a celebrity.
“He forgot to tell people I created one of the largest minority-owned food service companies in the United States, so I’m signing the front of the check.” Except I probably never signed,” Walker said.
“I started a business and am on a public company board. and I think I did well,” Walker added.
Obama at a rally in Georgia on Friday said Walker’s admirable football career, while the campaign for Walker’s opponent, Sen. He said it would not lead to success.
“For those of you who don’t remember, Herschel Walker was a football player,” Obama said. “But here is the question: So will he be the best person to represent you in the U.S. Senate? Are you ready to join the
Kilmeade also noted a recent flurry of news surrounding his campaign, including reports that the Republican candidate paid for several of his former partners’ abortions but maintained a steadfast pro-life stance on the campaign trail. I asked Walker how he deals with controversy.
“I keep pushing forward,” Walker told Kilmeade. , the race is effectively tied or I’m leading.This shows they don’t know how to spend their money, so please stop spending our money.”
Reports have also surfaced that Walker was the father of previously unrevealed children.
New Atlanta Journal-Constitution/UGA published on monday Warnock and Walker were found to be statistically tied at 45%.
The Georgia Senate election is one of the few elections that will determine who will control the Senate next year. If no clear winner is determined next week, the election will head to a runoff vote. This is how Warnock won his seat in 2020.
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