Steve Watson | Infowars, “I hope President Obama calls Harry M. Reid today and says, ‘Cut it out.’” Amidst a fifth night of unrest and ‘protest’ surrounding the election result, President-elect Donald Trump’s former campaign manager, and possible press secretary Kellyanne Conway has called upon the incumbent president and other leading Democrats to tell agitators
Newly revealed emails posted by WikiLeaks show top aides to Hillary Clinton went out of their way to keep a certain VIP happy: Uber-liberal billionaire George Soros. The emails, hacked from the account of Clinton Campaign Chairman and Soros ally John Podesta, disclose that Clinton was advised to do fundraisers simply to make Soros “happy.”
“One of the issues …is the issue of government corruption. I put forward a plan to stop it; my opponent has no plan to end government corruption because she is the embodiment of government corruption. Even as she was preparing to run for President, WikiLeaks emails show, Hillary was trying to get $12 million from
Michelle Moons, Hillary Clinton for President Campaign Manager Robby Mook blasted out an email alerting supporters that their estimate of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s chances of winning the election rose sharply from as low as 10 percent to now as high as 40. The message as printed in the Washington Examiner reads: In the
Ed Rollins, campaign manager for Ronald Reagan in 1984, talked about Hillary’s “basket of deplorables” comment on Fox today. As reported at The Gateway Pundit, Hillary called Trump supporters a “basket of deplorables” at a fundraiser Friday night: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attacked supporters of her rival Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying half
Cortney O’Brien, Pennsylvania is a swing state that is often considered crucial in presidential elections. Trump Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway, however, is confident her candidate can win without it. She told ABC’s Martha Raddatz as much on Sunday, while noting they’re not completely neglecting the Keystone State. Conway responded, “We can, but we’re taking Pennsylvania very seriously.
Donald Trump’s campaign expects him to easily surpass the 1,237 delegates needed to win the Republican presidential nomination, campaign manager Corey Lewandowski says on CNN. The balloting comes as establishment forces appear increasingly resigned to the likelihood of Trump being the GOP nominee. Ted Cruz has described Tuesday’s Indiana primary as “the one thing that
Guy Benson, Even as he says those words, you know he hopes deep down they aren’t true — because if this election really does boil down to trustworthiness, his widely-distrusted serial liar of a boss is in some serious trouble: Note how Couric prefaces the question with a reference to a national poll showing Clinton underwater by 20
In his first Sunday show interview since taking on an expanded role in Donald Trump’s campaign, Paul Manafort was quick to raise questions about the tactics Sen. Ted Cruz’ campaign is using to secure delegates. After being asked whether threatening delegates is fair game in the hunt for the 1237 required to secure the republican
Today Donald J. Trump is announcing that he is consolidating the functions related to the nomination process and assigning them to Convention Manager, Paul Manafort. In this capacity, Mr. Manafort will oversee, manage, and be responsible for all activities that pertain to Mr. Trump’s delegate process and the Cleveland Convention. Working closely with Campaign Manager
Spokespeople for Chris Christie, Ben Carson, and two congressmen said they remain committed to Trump. “He remains confident in Mr. Trump’s evolution,” a Carson adviser said, “and strongly believe that he loves our country and will surround himself with our best and wisest!” Some of Donald Trump’s top endorsers say they’re standing by him despite
Paul Joseph Watson, What really happened? Fields, Lewandowski, and supporters of both are all lying about what happened. Why does the media continue to obsess about this while ignoring the deluge of death threats aimed at Trump and violent Bernie Sanders supporters? The Truth About the Michelle Fields ‘Assault’ Campaign Statement Regarding Campaign Manager Mr.