, Lauren Boebert Joins House Caucus At Trump Club, Wishes Former President A Happy Birthday, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Lauren Boebert Joins House Caucus At Trump Club, Wishes Former President A Happy Birthday

Members of the Republican Study Committee, a longstanding conservative caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives, gathered at one of former President Donald Trump’s New Jersey golf clubs earlier this month, according to a spokesperson for one lawmaker.

Donald Trump retained a 100% interest in Trump National Golf Club Bedminster when he became president.

The RSC’s website lists 153 members, none of whom represent New Jersey. A spokesperson for the group has not replied to inquiries about why the RSC chose to patronize Trump’s club.

Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-Colo.) was among the attendees, according to a spokesperson for her office. Video Donald Trump Jr. posted to Instagram shows Boebert joining other Trump guests one night belting out “happy birthday Mr. President” to Trump. Since Trumnp left office, Boebert also has traveled to Mar-a-Lago.

RSC chair Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) attended the event at Trump Bedminster as well. The three-term congressman posted two photos of himself with the former president earlier this month, tagging the location as Trump’s club.

, Lauren Boebert Joins House Caucus At Trump Club, Wishes Former President A Happy Birthday, The Nzuchi News Forbes

Boebert also posted a two-minute diatribe against Biden’s budget to Instagram. And while she didn’t identify her whereabouts, a golf course served as her backdrop.

Also shown celebrating the former president’s birthday in Don Jr.’s video: former White House staffer Stephen Miller, potential Senate candidate Herschel Walker, and onetime Fox News star Kimberly Guilfoyle.

The former president turned 75 on June 14.

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I took an unusual route to get here. In a past life, I worked as a travel and food writer, which is how I got the assignment in 2016 to cover the grand opening of the

I took an unusual route to get here. In a past life, I worked as a travel and food writer, which is how I got the assignment in 2016 to cover the grand opening of the Trump International Hotel in Washington, D.C., just a couple miles from my home. When Trump won the election and refused to divest his business, I stayed on the story, starting a newsletter called 1100 Pennsylvania (named after the hotel’s address) and contributed to Vanity Fair, Politico and NBC News. I’m still interested in Trump, but I’ve broadened my focus to follow the money connected to other politicians as well—both Republicans and Democrats.

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