Saturday, March 19, 2022

Former Trump advisor LtGen Keith Kellogg endorses Alex Gray for Senate


Oklahoma City, OK (March 17th) – Today, former National Security official to President Trump Alex Gray, has announced another significant endorsement for his campaign. Lt. Gen. (Ret) Keith Kellogg, one of President Trump’s earliest supporters and advisers, has endorsed Alex, making him the seventh notable endorsement of the campaign. 

General Kellogg served in the United States Army for over thirty years and is a highly decorated combat veteran. After leaving active duty General Kellogg advised President Trump’s 2016 campaign and transition on defense and foreign policy. He would go on to serve as Chief of Staff and Executive Secretary of the National Security Council and later as the Acting National Security Advisor to President Trump. General Kellogg would also serve as National Security Advisor to the Vice President. 

General Kellogg provided the following endorsement statement of Alex Gray. 

"I worked with Alex Gray from the 2016 Trump campaign to the last day of the Trump presidency. His knowledge of foreign and defense policy, and his commitment to the America First agenda, are unmatched. I am proud to endorse one of President Trump's longest-serving and most loyal aides for the United States Senate. He will serve the people of Oklahoma in the Senate with integrity, conviction, and a relentless commitment to advancing the conservative values embodied by President Trump." 

Gray had this to say in response to the endorsement. “General Kellogg and I worked together closely in the Trump Administration. Few can appreciate the decisions we grappled with over the four years of President Trump’s tenure like General Kellogg, an American hero who has devoted his life to serving the United States. It was a privilege to have served in the White House with General Kellogg and I am honored that he is putting his faith in me to help lead this country forward.” 

General Kellogg joins former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell, former Chief of Staff to the Secretary of Defense Kash Patel, U.S. Senator Mike Lee of Utah, former National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien, former Maricopa County, Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio, and former Acting Secretary of Defense Chris Miller. With the high-profile support Gray has received he has solidified his place as front runner in the race for Senate in Oklahoma.


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