Madison Cawthorn tweeted that he is battling significant medical problems

Rep. Madison Cawthorn tweeted Sept. 17 that he has been battling “significant medical complications” due to his accident and asked for prayers. 

Cawthorn, a Henderson County Republican who represents the 11th congressional district encompassing most of Western North Carolina, was partially paralyzed in a car accident in 2014, and he uses a wheelchair.

“The last few days have been very challenging for me as I’ve battled significant medical complications related to my accident. The struggle is long-term and the slightest problem can become a major hurdle. My faith, friends, family, and constituents help me each day,” he first tweeted.

It was followed by another tweet implying that he was not in Washington D.C.:

“I ask for your prayer as I continue fighting this battle. God’s the ultimate physician, and He’s in control. I truly believe prayer makes the difference, and that’s why I’m asking for it now. I look forward to defeating this challenge and returning to Washington soon,” he wrote.

Christin Hakim

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