Rich Republican donor Foster Friess died Thursday on the age of 81.
A Wyoming resident, Freiss was once a big donor backing Rick Santorum’s 2012 presidential marketing campaign. On the time, he gave more than $2 million to the Pink, White and Blue Fund, an excellent PAC supporting the previous Pennsylvania senator within the Republican presidential number one.
Throughout the Santorum marketing campaign, Friess sparked outrage by way of joking about contraception, announcing that “again in my days … gals put [Bayer aspirin] between their knees” to forestall being pregnant.
In 2016, after Trump suggested a Muslim judge would be biased, Foster echoed the Islamophobic sentiment, telling CNBC that Muslim other folks “have a special more or less worldview” and “would like to have the Quran be the dominant guiding drive for our nation.”