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21:16 | 25th April 2017

News: World

Fri 18 Jun, 2010
By Sam Bristowe


He says he met Wilde at a diversity picnic, and that media interest in his social life is "just ridiculous."

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The Senator and the porn star

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A two-term Minnesota state senator facing a Republican primary challenger says he went on a date with an adult film star.

Sen. Paul Koering confirmed a Thursday report in the Brainerd Dispatch that he dined with Brandon Wilde on Sunday.

Koering revealed to his Fort Ripley constituents in 2005 that he is gay.



He says he met Wilde at a diversity picnic, and that media interest in his social life is "just ridiculous."

Koering's re-election bid is unfolding in a socially conservative north-central Minnesota district that sent him back to the Minnesota Senate in 2006. GOP primary voters will make their choice on Aug. 10.

Wilde did not respond immediately to questions sent via Facebook.

GOP Chairman Tony Sutton says Koering has shown "incredibly poor judgment."

Source: AP

 

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