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South Carolina Congressman William Timmons is addressing rumors about his personal life that have been posted on social media. During an interview with Joey Hudson of 94.5 WGTK-FM in Greenville, which is part of the station’s regular “Tuesday with Timmons” segment, Hudson asked Timmons if he would like to address rumors on social media about a “personal situation” involving Timmons’ marriage. (Listen to the full interview that aired on WGTK-FM above) “We’ve been going through tough times the last few weeks and months, and we are working on our marriage. My wife is an absolutely incredible woman. She is beautiful, kind, loving — she’s actually a much better attorney than I am — and she has sacrificed just so much over the last few years for my service in Congress and service in the military, and I just really regret anything I’ve ever done to let her down, and we’re working on our marriage,” Timmons said. Timmons addressed what he called “nonsense” on social media. “We’re working on our marriage. Everything else on social media is just false, and most of it’s defamatory, and we’ll see what my lawyers do with that. But at the end of the day, I’m only human. I’m working on my marriage, and we’re just asking for privacy and prayers,” Timmons said. Timmons represents South Carolina’s 4th District in Congress, which covers Greenville and Spartanburg counties. Timmons is running for reelection in November where he will face Democratic candidate Ken Hill. Timmons also addressed calls from some for him to resign. “It seems like a lot of people are trying to make a ton of hay out of my personal life,” Timmons said.He went on to say: “This is just not a serious situation. My personal life has no effect on my service in Congress and it is very reasonable for my wife and I to expect privacy in our personal life.”Timmons also spoke on ‘The Tara Show’ on 106.3 WORD Tuesday morning. Tara Servatius said Timmons volunteered to come on the show. She asked him, “Did you cheat on your wife.”Timmons responded, “Tara, challenges in my marriage do not impact my ability to serve. My wife is an incredible woman. She’s beautiful. She’s kind. She’s loving. She’s been incredibly supportive. She sacrificed so much for me to serve both in Congress and in the military. But she expects our private life to be private. She deserves privacy and I ask to honor her wishes, our wishes.”Tara asked if any of the rumors could affect his military code of justice. “I trust our institutions. I trust our military. I do not anticipate any challenges. But the commanders in the South Carolina Air National Guard are above reproach. And, ya know. That’s the thing with the military. They’re in charge.”Tara also asked if Timmons would still be on the ballot in November. “We are pushing forward harder than ever.”“This is not a serious issue. My personal life does not affect my ability to serve in Congress. Challenges in my marriage do not affect my ability to serve in Congress. My wife and I are going to be working hard campaigning through the general. This is the most important election. This president needs to be held accountable.”Timmons said he has never used campaign or official resources to do anything unethical or illegal. He said all of the allegations have no basis in fact. Timmons said the truth will come out. “All of this is going to be made clear with time,” Timmons said. “It’s just noise right now.”Timmons message to his constituents was “Don’t be distracted.”

South Carolina Congressman William Timmons is addressing rumors about his personal life that have been posted on social media.

During an interview with Joey Hudson of 94.5 WGTK-FM in Greenville, which is part of the station’s regular “Tuesday with Timmons” segment, Hudson asked Timmons if he would like to address rumors on social media about a “personal situation” involving Timmons’ marriage.

(Listen to the full interview that aired on WGTK-FM above)

“We’ve been going through tough times the last few weeks and months, and we are working on our marriage. My wife is an absolutely incredible woman. She is beautiful, kind, loving — she’s actually a much better attorney than I am — and she has sacrificed just so much over the last few years for my service in Congress and service in the military, and I just really regret anything I’ve ever done to let her down, and we’re working on our marriage,” Timmons said.

Timmons addressed what he called “nonsense” on social media.

“We’re working on our marriage. Everything else on social media is just false, and most of it’s defamatory, and we’ll see what my lawyers do with that. But at the end of the day, I’m only human. I’m working on my marriage, and we’re just asking for privacy and prayers,” Timmons said.

Timmons represents South Carolina’s 4th District in Congress, which covers Greenville and Spartanburg counties. Timmons is running for reelection in November where he will face Democratic candidate Ken Hill.

Timmons also addressed calls from some for him to resign.

“It seems like a lot of people are trying to make a ton of hay out of my personal life,” Timmons said.

He went on to say: “This is just not a serious situation. My personal life has no effect on my service in Congress and it is very reasonable for my wife and I to expect privacy in our personal life.”

Timmons also spoke on ‘The Tara Show’ on 106.3 WORD Tuesday morning. Tara Servatius said Timmons volunteered to come on the show.

She asked him, “Did you cheat on your wife.”

Timmons responded, “Tara, challenges in my marriage do not impact my ability to serve. My wife is an incredible woman. She’s beautiful. She’s kind. She’s loving. She’s been incredibly supportive. She sacrificed so much for me to serve both in Congress and in the military. But she expects our private life to be private. She deserves privacy and I ask to honor her wishes, our wishes.”

Tara asked if any of the rumors could affect his military code of justice.

“I trust our institutions. I trust our military. I do not anticipate any challenges. But the commanders in the South Carolina Air National Guard are above reproach. And, ya know. That’s the thing with the military. They’re in charge.”

Tara also asked if Timmons would still be on the ballot in November.

“We are pushing forward harder than ever.”

“This is not a serious issue. My personal life does not affect my ability to serve in Congress. Challenges in my marriage do not affect my ability to serve in Congress. My wife and I are going to be working hard campaigning through the general. This is the most important election. This president needs to be held accountable.”

Timmons said he has never used campaign or official resources to do anything unethical or illegal. He said all of the allegations have no basis in fact. Timmons said the truth will come out.

“All of this is going to be made clear with time,” Timmons said. “It’s just noise right now.”

Timmons message to his constituents was “Don’t be distracted.”

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