“I don’t know where the Trump people are, because I don’t talk to them, I talk to my family,” Bosch told me.
“I think that they’re not interested in any of that.
They don’t want the presidency, they want the reality.”
Bosch has been a leading figure in Trump’s presidential campaign since he announced his candidacy last summer, and in October 2016, he joined Trump’s vice presidential team.
“He was the most amazing guy,” Boschan said.
“His demeanor was so positive, you couldn’t help but want to be him.
He was a real guy, he was humble.
He had a great sense of humor.”
He was also a staunch opponent of the Iraq War, saying in 2008, “I’ve never been in favor of war, I’m not against war, but there’s a very clear distinction between the president and the commander in chief.”
And Bosch supported Trump’s candidacy in 2016, tweeting, “A man is a man when he believes in himself.
He is a strong man when you believe in him.”
Boschan’s political career began in the 1980s, when he was a teacher at the local elementary school.
He said that at that time, he voted for Ronald Reagan in 1984, and then supported Bill Clinton in 1992, saying that “I had to take a stand for what I thought, and I knew that Trump was the guy for me.”
Boscha’s career has been marked by a number of public service commitments, including working for the US Department of Health and Human Services as a public health official and serving as a deputy secretary of the U.S. Department of Labor.
Bosch says he was not aware of the ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign.
But he added, “As I said before, we have to do everything possible to make sure that the investigation does not get to that point.”
In a statement to me, Trump’s campaign said, “There is absolutely no evidence whatsoever to support the outrageous and false claims made by Mr. Boscher.”
It added, however, that Bosch “has never done any campaign work for Mr. Trump and was never on any Trump campaign staff.”
“It’s a little surprising to me that they would want to go after me, especially since I’m a big Trump fan,” Boscha said.
He added, though, that he’s been impressed with Trump’s approach to running for office.
“You need to do things right, you need to be very careful,” Boscher said.
Trump has long been an outspoken supporter of the “America First” message, a message that Boscha has endorsed.
“When you do something like this, it shows that you’re going to do it the right way,” Boschen said.
After the announcement of the investigation, Bosch tweeted, “This is a disgusting witch hunt.
It’s a disgrace to the country.”
Trump’s team did not respond to requests for comment.
But Trump has continued to cast himself as a crusader for the American dream, including during his speech on the campaign trail.
Trump’s speechwriter, Michael Caputo, said that while he could not comment on whether Bosch was being targeted because of his past political activism, Trump “has a strong record of championing the American Dream.”
Boschen has also defended Trump’s actions in the wake of the Orlando shooting, saying, “Donald Trump and his administration have been at the forefront of a strong national conversation about the need to make our country safer.”
Boscher’s father, Jose Bosch, also supported Trump in the 2016 presidential election, as did the family of Orlando shooter Omar Mateen.
Boschan has also taken a number issues to the streets, including in Ferguson, Missouri, where protesters are demanding that Trump apologize for his support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
“If Donald Trump doesn’t apologize to the Black community, we will,” Bosches father, Robert Boschan, said to me.
In his own words, Boscher has described the Black Liberation Army, a Black nationalist organization, as a terrorist organization that was involved in attacks on American institutions in the 1970s.
“The Black Liberation Front was a terrorist group, and we were not part of it,” BosCh said.
Boscham has also criticized Trump’s rhetoric during the campaign, including on the question of whether to release transcripts of the 2016 debates.
“That’s a big problem with him,” Boscham said of Trump.
The crowds are not big, and they’re very loud. “
What he’s done with his rallies, I think, is not a good thing.
The crowds are not big, and they’re very loud.
And they don’t like being called racist or anything like that.”
Boscham, a former public school teacher, has been working on his own presidential campaign for months, and his campaign has already raised $15 million, according to the