Arkansas Lt. Gov. Tim Griffin speaks to Vermont state delegation

Arkansas’ Lieutenant Governor Tim Griffin spoke to the Vermont state delegation at a breakfast meeting on Monday about the general election, his views of on the inefficiency of the federal government, and the policies in his home state of Arkansas.

Griffin urged the attendees to support the the Presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. While he is a delegate who supported Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Florida) during the primaries, Griffin said he would support the Republican nominee because he believes the country needs a Republican president.

While speaking at the breakfast Griffin praised Trump’s running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, as a principled conservative who will strengthen the ticket.

While the Federal Bureau of Investigation did not recommend charges against Clinton for her use of a private email server, Griffin said that decision will help the Republicans in the general election.

Griffin served in the House of Representatives from January 3, 2011 until January 13, 2015 when he assumed his position as lieutenant governor of Arkansas.

Citing his time as a member of Congress, Griffin discussed issues he found in the ways   governmental agencies are run and the way they implement rules and regulations.

The Bradlo was able to ask Griffin a couple questions about election. Watch below: