U.S. Rep. Karen Handel, R-Ga., told the monthly Fulton County Republican Party breakfast at the Rivermont Golf and Country Club on Saturday that she is “100 percent in support” of the U.S. air strikes against Syrian chemical gas facilities.
At an event attended by state legislators, candidates and party activists, Handel also said Georgians “will get bigger paychecks” due to GOP congressional tax cuts, called for passage of a balanced budget amendment and noted Congress initially “put in money to get the (border) wall going.”
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