Libertarian Party Rejects Trump And RFK, Nominates A Former Democrat And LGBTQ Supporter For President

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(Daily Caller) The Libertarian Party has rejected former Republican President Donald Trump and Independent Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and nominated activist Chase Oliver for their presidential nominee, according to a party announcement.

The nomination comes after the former president and independent candidate each gave speeches before the crowd at the national convention, making their cases for Libertarian support. Oliver secured the nomination in the seventh round of voting, received nearly 60 percent of the vote, according to Fox News Digital.

“I will continue to bring a hopeful and positive message of liberty to both those who consider themselves libertarian and those who don’t know they are libertarian yet,” Oliver said in his victory address, Fox News reported.

Oliver told the Daily Caller that he is “proud to be the voice for liberty as the Libertarian Party’s candidate for president.” He said he and his running mate, Mike ter Maat, “will bring a unifying message of true freedom and liberty to all 50 states, especially to the Gen Z and millennial generations who are exceedingly dissatisfied with the broken two-party system.”

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