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STATEMENT: Commemorating our POW/MIA

Today is National POW/MIA Recognition Day. While we should honor America’s heroes every day, on this day in particular we must take time to remember the service and sacrifice of those who were prisoners of war or are still missing in action today, along with their long-suffering families. I have had the honor of meeting […]

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Daily Iowan — “‘We’ve been there too long’: Retired Navy Adm. Joe Sestak would pull troops out of Afghanistan as president”

I spoke to the Daily Iowan about the war in Afghanistan (here). Key quote: Over tacos-in-a-bag at Vesta in Coralville, Sestak told the Coralville-North Corridor Rotary Club on Sept. 18 that the U.S. needed a world affairs leader in the Oval Office, frequently using military analogies to describe leading the U.S. in the right direction […]

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i24 interview on Iran

Joe spoke to i24 (an international news station headquartered in Tel Aviv) on the Iran/Saudi Arabia crisis, as well as the presidential race.   From someone who operated there: the outcome of conflict with Iran. I talked to @ericlandskroner at @i24NEWS_EN. pic.twitter.com/2n11uIj1VB — Joe Sestak (@JoeSestak) September 19, 2019 When we elect politicians who do […]

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LGBTQ Nation interview

I spoke to LGBTQ Nation – read my interview here. Key quote: I hate injustice. I abhor it and I get mad at it. I went to war with so many people and it bothers me to come home with them and see that [some of them] don’t have equality back here. But I have […]

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Newsmax print interview on Iran

I talked to Newsmax (here) about the crisis in the Middle East between Saudi Arabia and Iran: if there is a war against Iran, it would make previous U.S. military campaigns in the Middle East look “like a cake walk… neither Mr. Trump nor Democrats understand — because they haven’t operated there — that our carrier battlegroups cannot survive in the […]

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Fallon Forum – watch the interview here

I spoke to Ed Fallon of Fallon Forum in Des Moines about why I’m running and why I’ve always fought the political establishment — which is how I represented an almost 2-to-1 Republican district despite an F from the NRA… but I would also stand up to my own party when it mattered (opposing Republican-turned-Democrat […]

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