Johnny Damon comes out swinging for Donald Trump Mark Shanahan, “Remember when the 2004 Red Sox proclaimed themselves “idiots”? Well, one of the original nitwits has suited up for Donald Trump. At a campaign event this week in Florida, Johnny Damon and his wife, Michelle, were in the front row waving a “Make America Great
Justin Holcomb, Republican nominee Donald Trump has gained the support of yet another legendary college sports figure. Bobby Bowden, coach of the Florida State Seminoles football team from the 1976 to 2009, is a two-time national champion and 12-time ACC champion. “I love his slogan … I love what he said about making America great again,” said
Now that Donald Trump has effectively locked down the Republican nomination for the White House, he’s moving on to the next uphill battle: raising $1 billion by November. That would come to more than $5 million per day until the election, a tall order for a campaign that has built scant fundraising infrastructure during the primary battle
“Honored to have received the endorsement of Lou Holtz — a great guy! #INPrimary #Trump2016,” Donald Trump writes in a tweet, referring to the former Notre Dame football coach. Former Notre Dame football coach Lou Holtz has pledged his support for Donald Trump, the Republican front-runner announced Monday, giving the real estate mogul the endorsement
Dave Weinbaum, Ted and Carly sitting in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G! First came Marco, then came John, then came Carly as his new bon bon—sucking her thumb, playing in the sand, until Ted Cruz came up with $500 grand. This election is almost as fun as when I decided on the spur of the moment to
It’s the kind of thing that wouldn’t happen during a Democrat town hall. While it’s possible that a World War Two Veteran might be given the opportunity to ask a question, the spontaneous standing ovation that occurred as he was introduced in recognition of his service to the nation would never happen. The Veteran was
“You folks are taking a look at the most prepared man in history to step in as President of the United States, that man right there,” Knight said of Trump.“There has never been a presidential candidate prepared to the length that this man is.” Knight asked all former military members stand up and be recognized.