President-elect Donald J. Trump announced the Presidential Inaugural Committee leadership for the 58th Presidential Inauguration and Thomas J. Barrack Jr. as the Committee Chairman. The Presidential Inaugural Committee is responsible for the planning and coordination of all official events and activities surrounding the inauguration of President-elect Donald J. Trump and Vice President-elect Michael R. Pence.
Steve Sherman, Trump won the election with rhetoric like Drain the Swamp and Make America Great Again. Whether he will do either is anybody’s guess, but he has a target rich environment in DC. Washington DC is teaming with all sorts of swamp creatures. Alligators, frogs, cheats, liars, and very corruptible cronies. When I think
GOP donors pouring-last minute money into the race. Billionaire Sheldon Adelson just committed $25 million to an anti-Hillary Clinton Super PAC to try and help tilt the presidential race and down ballot House and Senate races to Republicans, Fox News learned Monday. There are indications the casino magnate will pony up even more by the
Johnson had been the finance chairman for Jeb Bush’s failed presidential bid. New York Jets owner Woody Johnson is the latest major Republican donor and fundraiser to get behind Donald Trump, according to a person familiar with the matter. Johnson, who was finance chairman for Jeb Bush’s failed presidential campaign, plans to raise money for
Thomas Madison, Newt Gingrich is rumored to be at the top of Trump’s short list for VP. Donald Trump is considering Newt Gingrich as his running mate, according to sources familiar with recent discussions Trump has been involved in regarding his short list for vice-president. Newt is rumored to be at the top of that
Billionaire Republican donor Sheldon Adelson is reportedly willing to give Donald Trump as much as $100 million for his presidential campaign — a purported record-setting amount for the wealth casino magnate. Adelson pledged the amount to Trump, the presumptive GOP presidential nominee, during a meeting last week in New York, two GOP sources told The
The Washington Post At the outset of the 2016 election, the GOP primary field was nearly as large as that of last weekend’s Kentucky Derby. In total, 17 Republican hopefuls campaigned to win the party’s nomination for president. Like the Derby, the race for the Republican nomination started from a wide gate — some entries
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