Veterans for America First Expands with South Carolina Chapter: Teddy Daniels Takes Helm in Building Team Trump Coalition


Veterans for America First, also known as Veterans for Trump, is actively expanding its presence by establishing state chapters for enhanced on-the-ground mobilization. The South Carolina chapter, set to launch this week, will be led by Teddy Daniels as President, supported by Vice President Robert Cornicelli and Director of Operations Chad Caton.

It’s important to note that Veterans for America First operates independently on the grassroots support side of the campaign and is not affiliated with the Save America Veterans for Trump PAC. Nevertheless, key figures from the organization have transitioned to official roles within the Veterans for Trump campaign. Teddy Daniels and Robert Cornicelli, both South Carolina residents and military veterans, play crucial roles in leading this special initiative to build the Team Trump coalition in South Carolina.

Chad Caton, working under the leadership of Teddy Daniels and Robert Cornicelli, will be actively engaging and enlisting veterans for the SC Team Trump operation, according to Stan Fitzgerald, the National President of Veterans for America First.

Teddy Daniels brings a wealth of experience to this role, having left a distinguished career in law enforcement to enlist in the U.S. Army at the age of 36. Serving as an infantryman, he was deployed to Kunar Province, Afghanistan, where he was wounded in action, earning both the Purple Heart and the Combat Infantry Badge. Since 2019, Teddy has been involved with Veterans for Trump, and in 2021, he had the honor of presenting President Trump with his Purple Heart. A familiar face on conservative media, Teddy has made regular appearances on shows such as Tucker Carlson’s and Steve Bannon’s war room, and he continues to contribute regularly to OANN. Additionally, Teddy is a sought-after speaker at conservative events across the nation, sharing the stage with notable figures like Roger Stone and General Flynn.


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