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Koch Brother Pledges Millions To Help THIS Presidential Candidate!

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David Koch, billionaire businessman and conservative donor, had previously said he was planning to sit out the 2016 presidential campaign, but has since changed his mind.

Koch, who dislikes both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, has pledged to donate millions of dollars to help Libertarian Party presidential candidate Gary Johnson.

From The Daily Caller:

Billionaire businessman and philanthropist David Koch has pledged “tens of millions of dollars” to help bankroll the campaign of Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson, according to a source within Johnson’s campaign.

Koch’s money will be made available should Johnson, a former two-term Republican governor of New Mexico, secure his second consecutive Libertarian Party presidential nomination, the source said.

The Libertarians will select their presidential ticket during the party’s national convention later this month in Orlando.

When asked about Koch’s eight-figure pledge to support Johnson, a source close to David Koch did not deny that such an agreement is in place.

A Koch spokesman declined to comment on the record.

While David Koch, and his brother Charles, are frequently associated with Republican and conservative causes, David was the Libertarian Party’s vice-presidential candidate in 1980. He also sits on the board of the Cato Institute, the nation’s most prominent libertarian-oriented think tank.

The revelation that Koch has pledged significant financial support to the Johnson campaign came just hours after Johnson announced a running mate who may assist in securing additional funding from another billionaire.

On Wednesday, in a story first reported by The Daily Caller, Johnson chose former Massachusetts Governor Bill Weld as his running mate.

 

What are your thoughts on David Koch deciding to help support Gary Johnson’s presidential campaign, which in turn could ensure a Hillary Clinton presidency? Share your thoughts with us below! 

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