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TRUMP SURROGATES LAUNCH CAMPAIGN SCHEDULE IN KEY BATTLEGROUND STATES

This week, major Trump surrogates and the Trump family will branch out to battleground states to rally voters in the final push of the campaign. Yesterday, Donald Trump Jr. campaigned in Ames and Cedar Falls, Iowa, and Columbus, Ohio; Eric Trump was in Jacksonville, Daytona Beach and Winter Park, Florida; Mayor Rudy Giuliani was in

​TRUMP CAMPAIGN FACEBOOK LIVE A RESOUNDING SUCCESS

“Mr. Trump Has Said Many Times That This is Not a Campaign, it’s a Movement…” LAS VEGAS, NV – Last night, Donald Trump for President held a Facebook Live event from the third Presidential Debate in Las Vegas, Nevada. Much like a Trump rally, the Facebook Live event brought in a massive crowd of viewers,

TRUMP CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCES SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL

Small Business Owners From Around The Country Form The Trump Campaign Small Business Advisory Council. NEW YORK, NY – Small Business owners from around the country form the Trump Campaign Small Business Advisory Council which will give advice on Small Business issues, help formulate solutions and contrast them with those of the other candidates. Mr. Trump

WHAT THEY ARE SAYING ABOUT THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN’S ANTI-CATHOLIC BIGOTRY

“[The Emails Illustrate] The Open Anti-Catholic Bigotry Of Her Senior Advisers, Who Attack The Deeply Held Beliefs And Theology Of Catholics.” – Joseph Cella, Founder Of The National Catholic Prayer Breakfast WSJ Opinion : “It’s no secret that progressive elites despise religion, but it’s still striking to see their contempt expressed so bluntly as in

Desperate: Podesta implicates Trump adviser Roger Stone over Wikileaks release

ABOARD THE CLINTON CAMPAIGN PLANE –  A top adviser to Hillary Clinton on Tuesday accused a longtime Donald Trump aide of receiving “advance warning” about WikiLeaks’ plans to publish thousands of hacked emails and suggested the Republican candidate is aiding the unprecedented Russian interference in American politics. Clinton adviser John Podesta pointed the finger at

TRUMP CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCES NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISORY COUNCIL

New York, NY — Today, Donald J. Trump announced the appointment of several key members to his national security advisory council following a roundtable meeting in New York. Mr. Trump’s national security team is comprised of some of the brightest minds in foreign policy, nuclear non-proliferation, combating ISIS and rebuilding our national defense. This distinguished group

TRUMP CAMPAIGN ANNOUNCES CATHOLIC ADVISORY GROUP

Today, the Donald J. Trump campaign announced a new group convened to provide advisory support to Mr. Trump on those issues and policies important to Catholics and other people of faith in America. The Catholic Advisory Group is a key element of the Faith and Cultural Advisory Committee to the campaign. And Mr. Joseph Cella, Founder

MASSIVE ARREST ROCKS THE HILLARY CLINTON CAMPAIGN

Hillary Clinton has had a very rocky start to her general election push. After she was publicly humiliated by an FBI investigation, almost 20,000 Democratic National Committee emails were leaked showing that high-level DNC staff had rigged the Democratic primary process in her favor. In yet another blast from the past, a Chinese billionaire who allegedly made illegal contributions

A Comrade is Born

Macroman wrote: No one detests President Obama more than I, but I must point out two overstatements in this column. 1. “…employment in 2012 is roughly the same as it was back in 2001…Obama has compressed a lost decade into just three years.” Labor force participation has been declining since 2000, not just 2008. That

Obama to try to make case for sticking with him

  CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Don’t expect President Barack Obama to try to reinvent himself next week at the Democratic Party’s national convention. Instead, he and a slew of his defenders will seek to convince voters to stick with the president they know rather than gamble on someone new, a challenging task given that most

Barack Obama, Mitt Romney duel over rising college expenses

WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama would make tax credits for college expenses permanent and expand Pell grants for students from lower-earning families. The Republican team of Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan would emphasize the need to curb rising tuitions and federal education spending that are burdening families and the government. The different approaches to coping