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As a teen, he savagely beat a classmate. The attack was forgotten, until he went into politics
Alene Tchekmedyian

The Republicans of Broward County, Fla., knew little about Rupert Tarsey when he ran for an open slot on the local party’s executive committee. But the young man had some decent political cred.

Before the 2016 presidential election, he told them, he knocked on thousands of doors and got 50 Republicans in the liberal enclave to register to vote to support Donald Trump’s presidential campaign. He worshiped at the same church as the committee’s vice chair and headed a local chapter of the Catholic fraternal group Knights of Columbus. He came from a wealthy California family and followed four generations into a real estate career.

Within months of joining the local party, the 28-year-old was elected secretary in May, defeating two challengers who’d been around longer.

Read more at: http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-rupert-tarsey-20171129-htmlstory.html

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Judging by what we're seeing of the swamp, he'll fit right in.
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Judging by what we're seeing of the swamp, he'll fit right in.

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