One Donald Trump delegate to the Republican National Convention might be going away for very, very long time.
Caleb Andrew Bailey, thirty years old, will not be representing the presumptive GOP nominee after being indicted Wednesday on charges ranging from illegal gun purchases to child pornography.
“The federal indictment alleges that Caleb Andrew Bailey, 30, of Waldorf, Maryland, illegally mailed a cache of ammunition and explosives through the US Postal Service and illegally possessed a machine gun and child pornography. The indictment also further alleges that Bailey ‘attempted to use and did use a minor to engage in sexually explicit conduct to produce child pornography.’
“Joe Cluster, the executive director for the Maryland Republican Party, confirmed to Mother Jones that Bailey was approved by the Trump campaign as a delegate to the GOP convention from Maryland’s 5th Congressional District. Bailey could not immediately be reached for comment.”
Surely, liberals will pounce on this opportunity to examine the Trump campaign’s delegate-vetting process.
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