Photo by Getty Images Donald Trump Jr. has said he is interested in running for political office, such as governor of New York, but the position of mayor of New York would be less interesting to him. To read more on this story in the Page Six article click here.
The Russian government hired more than 1000 people to create fake ant-Hilary Clinton news stories targeting key swing states during the election, according to Senator Mark Warner, the leading Democrat on the Senate Intelligence Committee. To read more on this story in the Independent article click here.
In his speech at the the North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU) conference, President Donald Trump discussed his election victory with the crowd saying, “Remember they said, ‘Because the Electoral College is very hard, they say almost impossible for a Republican to win. The odds are stacked.’ And they would say, ‘There’s no way to… Continue reading Trump speaks on election victory at NABTU conference
Photo by Spencer Platt/Getty Images Former campaign advisor and longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone denied any contact with the Russian State, Russian Intelligence or anyone fronting for them or acting as intermediaries for them. Stone said, “”None. Nada. Zilch. I am not in touch with any Russians. don’t have a Russian girlfriend, don’t like Russian… Continue reading Trump confidante Roger Stone denies any contact with Russians.
Rocker Kid Rock could be a Senate candidate for the Republican Party in Michigan’s 2018 elections. At the Michigan Republican Party convention, Kid Rock’s name was floated to run as a 2018 Senate candidate. To read more on this story in the Vulture article, click here.
Photo by AP President Donald Trump’s presidential campaign staffers tried to keep Trump off of Twitter during the election by showing him media that had a steady stream of praise for him. If positive news was not available the staffers scrambled to place a story in conservative-friendly media outlets like Fox News and Breitbart. To… Continue reading Trump’s campaign staffers kept Trump off Twitter with a steady stream of praise
On the February 12, 2017 edition of CBS’s Face the Nation, interviewer John Dickerson asked senior White House policy adviser Steve Miller a question about the President’s travel ban being blocked by the courts. “When I talk to Republicans on the Hill, they wonder what has the White House, what have you all learned from… Continue reading Steve Miller says “the powers of the President to protect our country are very substantial and will not be questioned.”