America's Roundtable

Scott Taylor | Rule of Law & Economy | China | US Troops Abroad | EU | India

July 19th, 2020

A timely and relevant conversation with Scott Taylor who served his country in the US Navy as a SEAL sniper, and later as member of Congress after a successful career in real estate. During his service to our nation, Taylor sustained serious injuries on a combat mission during Operation Iraqi Freedom. He also served as a legislator in the Virginia House of Delegates from 2013-2017.

Scott Taylor joined America's Roundtable after winning the Republican primary in Virginia’s 2nd district. He is seeking to win back the seat from the Democratic representative and advance principled solutions. At the Jerusalem Leaders Summit in Israel, Scott Taylor delivered a keynote address on affirming peace through strength and the significance of strengthening ties with Israel based on shared values and principles. In 2017 on Capitol Hill, Scott Taylor joined a strategic event on strengthening the rule of law and has supported initiatives that strengthen ties between America and India on the economic and security fronts. | |


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