CHARLIE BROWN TEACHER CREATED REPUBLICANS’ RALLY PLANT

CHARLESTON, S.C. — Charleston, S.”s newest member of the Republican Party is a Republican teacher.

The Republican Leadership Fund, a nonprofit group that has spent millions on GOP primary elections, paid Charlie Brown to host a town hall on education and health care that was filmed in South Carolina and released to the world on Monday.

Brown has been a supporter of Donald Trump for a number of years, and was a major booster for Sen. Ted Cruz’s presidential bid.

He has since been named a member of Trump’s education advisory board and serves on the presidential campaign of Ohio Gov.

John Kasich.

But his most recent role was as a surrogate for Sen, Rand Paul.

In an interview with ABC News, Brown said he was happy to be a part of a political party that supports education and education reform, but he was disappointed to see it be a Republican one.””

I’m a great believer in education, but I want to make sure we’re investing the money we have wisely and wisely, so we’re getting the most out of our education dollars,” Brown said in the video.

In an interview with ABC News, Brown said he was happy to be a part of a political party that supports education and education reform, but he was disappointed to see it be a Republican one.

“I think it’s really unfortunate,” Brown told ABC News.

“[Trump] has been talking about education reform for decades.

He said this about education for many years.

He doesn’t want to see any more money going to schools that aren’t doing well.”

Brown said that he thought the political party was trying to “do the right thing” by being supportive of education.

Some Republicans, like Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., are worried about what could happen if they are perceived as supporting education funding in an election year.

“We’re going to be the people that the media will go after for our support for education,” Gowdy told ABCNews.com.

“When they come to town halls and talk about how they don’t support education, I think that we need to start putting our hands up and saying, ‘Yes, I support education.

Brown has served as a public school teacher for eight years in Charleston, which is about 80 miles south of Charlotte. “

We need to stand up and be the voice for education, not just when we’re in public offices, but when we run for public office.”

Brown has served as a public school teacher for eight years in Charleston, which is about 80 miles south of Charlotte.

It’s a small town, with fewer than 400 people, but the school district was rocked by the death of an 8-year-old student in December who was allegedly beaten by other students.

Students have been accused of beating the child after they reportedly yelled racial slurs at him.

Gowdy, a vocal Trump supporter, recently wrote in an op-ed in The Washington Post that he was frustrated with Brown’s comments and that they suggested he was an “anti-Semite” because of his political views.

Brown has made a name for himself by speaking out on issues that are important to the GOP, like immigration reform, gun control and immigration.

He was a primary surrogate for GOP presidential candidate Sen. Marco Rubio, R.S., who has come under fire from some GOP primary voters for not embracing immigration reform.

Brown told ABC affiliate WSAZ that he is not a racist.

We want the best for the best, he said.

“I’m going to continue to support all Americans.

But I’m going out there and trying to get the best education for the kids that are going to come into this country.”

While Brown said the town hall is aimed at educating the public, it also serves to raise awareness of the issue.

While he did praise the school board for “doing the right things,” he said that it needs to do a better job of communicating the issues facing students.

“It’s really important that we all come together as a community and have a conversation about the problems that we have in our schools and schools that we want to be in the future,” Brown continued.

And while the video is meant to educate the public on what he says is the importance of educating children, Brown also said that the videos show the school is “not a safe place” for children to be.