Pocatello, Idaho – A Pocatello man has self-identified as a Donald Trump supporter, eTruePolitics has learned. “I don’t have anything to apologize for,” said John L. Canard, 62, the assistant manager of Pocatello’s largest for-profit Bible study group.
“Lying is not a sin,” added Canard, who met the current Republican presidential candidate when they were members of Hair Weavers Anonymous, a nationwide mutual aide fellowship.
Canard blasted the government’s investigation of Trump’s business dealings, pointing out that the word ‘Trump’ does not appear anywhere in the U.S. Constitution.
Trump spokesman John Miller said Canard was identified after an exhaustive nation-wide search that was conducted by a Trump employee “on their own personal time at no cost to the American people or the candidate.”
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