He added his original speech at CPAC, and his early political ideology was spurred by his surroundings.
"I think it was naive," Krohn told Politico. "It's a 13-year-old kid saying stuff that he had heard for a long time... I live in Georgia. We’re inundated with conservative talk in Georgia...The speech was something that a 13-year-old does. You haven’t formed all your opinions. You’re really defeating yourself if you think you have all of your ideas in your head when you were 12 or 13. It’s impossible. You haven’t done enough."
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