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Dan Bongino
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Politician
    (December 4, 1974- )
    Born in Queens, New York
    Birth name is Daniel Bongino
    Graduated with Honors from the New York Police Academy (1997)
    Former United States Secret Service agent, protected Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama
    Resigned to run for a US Senate seat in Maryland (2012)
    Republican Party nominee in Maryland's 2012 election for the United States Senate, losing to incumbent Democrat Ben Cardin
    Republican Party nominee for Maryland's 6th Congressional District in the 2014 elections to the U.S. House of Representatives
    Lost a close race to Democratic incumbent John Delaney
    Autobiography, 'Life Inside the Bubble,' was a best seller on both the New York Times and Amazon Best Sellers lists
    Has done political commentating for NBC Nightly News, CBS This Morning, the Fox News Channel, CNN and MSNBC
    In a midterm election with overwhelming gains for the Right, he lost his Congressional race by little more than a thousand votes (Nov. 2, 2014).
    He was accused of using his proximity to the President to sell books and win office titles.
    He has also been accused of exaggerating his proximity and importance within the Secret Service.
    He claims to have joined the NYPD after his mother discovered he was planning on joining the Marine Corps, and begged him to join the police force instead.
    A former colleague of his said of him: 'He's trying to draw attention to himself and he's hijacking the Secret Service brand. That's all he's got going for him.'
    He claims to have quit the Secret Service out of disgust with the corruption he had seen, from both parties, for over a decade on Security detail.
    He was subject of a false news release claiming that he announced a run for Governor with Alan Keyes as his running mate.
    He provided cannon fodder for conspiracy theorists (or just flat out scared the hell out of people), when he stated that what went on in the Obama White House was 'worse than you can imagine' and then refusing to elaborate due to confidentiality restrictions.
    He has been a guest radio host on both the Sean Hannity Show and the Mark Levin Show.
    He was raised by a single mother in Queens.
    He is an MMA expert, skilled in Boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, having served as an instructor at the Secret Service Academy in Maryland.
    He won silver medals at Grapplefest in New York and the New York State Police Olympics.
    He was in New York training with the Secret Service during the time of the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.
    He left the Secret Service only a year before the organization came under fire over scandals in Colombia and the Netherlands, involving intoxication and prostitution (good timing).
    His decision to leave the Secret Service also involved giving up a salary, retirement plan and benefits worth several million dollars.
    His wife entered the US illegally from Colombia but they made the joint decision to have her return to her home country and re-enter the US legally.
    His wife was called his 'token woman of color' on Twitter by a person who has since deleted their account (Oct. 2014).
    He was subjected to stalking and harassment during his 2012 Senate run (nails in his tires at the GOP convention, threatening phone messages, eggs in his mailbox, throwing trash at his house at night, etc.)
    He writes his own Facebook messages and doesn't rely on a 'ghost writer.'
    He earned a Department of Justice Recognition award early in his career with the Secret Service.

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    For 2019, as of last week, Out of 139 Votes: 54.68% Annoying
    In 2018, Out of 1371 Votes: 41.94% Annoying
    In 2017, Out of 374 Votes: 54.28% Annoying
    In 2016, Out of 31 Votes: 74.19% Annoying
    In 2015, Out of 771 Votes: 54.09% Annoying
    In 2014, Out of 50 Votes: 50.0% Annoying
 
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