Sen. Tim Scott is in a relationship with a "lovely Christian girl".

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September 18th 2023.

Sen. Tim Scott is in a relationship with a
Presidential hopeful Sen. Tim Scott has revealed that he is dating a "lovely Christian girl," according to The Hill. During the Iowa Faith and Freedom Coalition Town Hall on Sept. 16, Scott opened up about his relationship, and although he seemed reluctant to do so, sponsors threatened to stop donor dollars from coming in unless he addressed his dating status.

Scott admitted to dating "a lovely Christian girl." Various publications have referenced Scott's marital status, noting that he would be the only unmarried leader since the 19th century. He went on to say that him and his mystery girlfriend participated in Bible study and pickleball matches together.

When pressed by Iowa's Attorney General, Brenna Bird, Scott reflected on how his upbringing helped him sustain a successful relationship. He said, "As a guy who was raised in a single-parent household mired in poverty, I understand the devastation when a family breaks up. I had to live with the consequences of a father who was not there. I made a commitment to make sure that never happened in my life."

He also expressed his gratefulness to God for helping him find the right person. Scott said, "I'm so thankful to know a risen savior [who] has helped guide my way, and I'm so thankful that he's allowed my life to intersect at the right time with the right person. And I just say, praise the living God."

The South Carolina politician's desire to expose his private life has raised a side eye from conservative GOP donors, but he is spinning the narrative, claiming his bachelor lifestyle could be a positive. Scott said, "I probably have more time, more energy, and more latitude to do the job. The fact that half of America's adult population is single for the first time, to suggest that somehow being married or not married is going to be the determining factor of whether you're a good president or not—it sounds like we're living in 1963 and not 2023."

Despite his views, Scott is still trailing in third place in polls regarding Iowa evangelicals, at 7%, behind Trump at 47% and DeSantis with 20%. It remains to be seen if Scott's relationship status will be a deciding factor in his presidential run.

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