America was prospering before COVID came to our shores and Martin Marks knows we must return to the economic freedom that made our country great. When he was eight years old, his family immigrated to the US. He learned the value of hard work from his parents when he saw his dad leave for work every morning at 4:30 am in the family's used Honda Civic and saw his mom start a business from their kitchen table. Marks and his family were on the path towards living the American Dream.
When diagnosed with a rare thoracic condition, Marks battled through nerve degeneration and crippling pain, undergoing nearly a dozen major operations over the course of two years. With the tools he learned during his surgical recoveries, he started a business to help others with their physical wellness. Doing everything from mopping floors to making payroll, Marks knows firsthand what it’s like to build a small business from the ground up.
Following years of weak foreign policy, President Trump asked Martin’s mother, Lana Marks, to help restore America’s status as a leader on the world stage as Ambassador to South Africa. Martin joined her in South Africa to support the objectives of the Trump foreign policy.
The world is an increasingly dangerous place, and weak American leadership is putting us in danger. The disastrous withdrawal from Afghanistan, the catastrophic breakdown at the border, the rapid inflation costing hardworking Americans more and more at the pump and in the grocery store – Americans are hurting.