President Trump's National Security Advisor Endorses Bremer for Senate
Robert C. O'Brien headlines a fundraiser for Bremer

November 15, 2021

(Colorado Springs, CO) – Today, President Trump’s former National Security Advisor, Ambassador Robert C. O’Brien, endorsed Eli Bremer for the United States Senate in Colorado. Before his appointment as National Security Advisor, O’Brien served as the Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs and helped secure the release of pastor Andrew Brunson from Turkey. Ambassador O’Brien served for the last year and a half of President Trump’s time in the White House.

"I am extremely proud to announce Ambassador Robert C. O'Brien's endorsement," said Bremer. "We are in this fight to restore hope and end the disastrous reign of Senator Bennet and President Biden. I was impressed with the Ambassador's experience establishing a posture of strength towards the Chinese Communist Party and his courage to enact the Abraham Accords in the Middle East. I'm grateful for his endorsement and the ability to lean on his expertise throughout my campaign and time in the Senate."

On Sunday, Ambassador O'Brien tweeted, "It was terrific spending time with fmr Olympian & @usairforce veteran Eli Bremer yesterday. A great group turned out to support him in his run for the U.S. Senate in #Colorado. I'm proud to endorse Eli in this critical race for the #GOP and our country."
Eli Bremer is a native Coloradan, Air Force Academy graduate, 2008 Olympian, businessman, husband and father. Bremer lives in Colorado Springs with his wife, Cami, who serves as an El Paso County Commissioner, and their 7-year-old son, Struthers.