This week, the so–called president, @realDonaldTrump, continued to win on behalf of America—anyone claiming otherwise is dishonoring the sacrifice of the victims of the Bowling Green massacre, and owes their families an apology.
Another lie that’s been gaining currency with the liberal media is that Trump doesn’t call his own shots, and merely does whatever Steve Bannon tells him to do; however, nothing could be further from the truth (no puppet, no puppet).
Meet the Press: White House Adviser Stephen Miller; Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT); Former Sen. Jim Webb (D-VA); Roundtable: Greta Van Susteren (MSNBC), Former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory (R).
Face The Nation: White House Adviser Stephen Miller; Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY); Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ); Roundtable: Susan Page (USA Today), Peter Baker (New York Times), Reihan Salam (National Review) & Ron Brownstein (The Atlantic).
This Week: White House Adviser Stephen Miller; Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson; Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD); Roundtable: Rich Lowry (National Review), Grover Norquist (Americans for Tax Reform), Cokie Roberts (ABC News), Democratic Strategist Jamal Simmons & Katrina vanden Heuvel (The Nation).
Fox News Sunday: White House Adviser Stephen Miller; Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD); Roundtable: Michael Needham (Heritage Action for America), Julie Pace (Associated Press), Radio Host Laura Ingraham & Juan Williams (Fox News).
State of the Union: Sen. Al Franken (D-MN); New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie (R); Roundtable: Rep. André Carson (D-IN), Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli (R), Neera Tanden (Center for American Progress) & Republican Strategist Alice Stewart.
Late night shows:
Monday: Actress Shailene Woodley; Actress Laverne Cox; Reality TV Stars Rick & Marty Lagina.
Tuesday: Actress Christine Baranski,; Composer Hans Zimmer.
Wednesday: Actor Bob Odenkirk; Actress Tatiana Maslany; Writer George Saunders.
Thursday: Actress Sally Field; Actress Maggie Siff; Musical Group Lady Antebellum.
Friday: Actress Julie Andrews; Actress Christina Hendricks.
Monday: Elaine Welteroth & Phillip Picardi (Teen Vogue); Tuesday: Actress Laverne Cox; Wednesday: Actor Charlie Day; Thursday: Documentarian Ezra Edelman.
Pennsylvania state Sen. Daylin Leach used some colorful language to challenge President Trump.
In a Facebook post, state Sen. Daylin Leach, D-Montgomery, linked to a Politico story about Trump’s meeting with several county sheriffs, including Chester County Sheriff Carolyn Bunny Welsh. According to the website, Harold Eavenson, sheriff of Rockwall County, Texas, brought up the issue of civil asset forfeiture.
Eavenson brought up to Trump an unnamed senator who was discussing introducing legislation that would require a conviction before law enforcement could seize forfeiture money, joking that “the cartel would build a monument” to the senator in Mexico for passing said legislation.
“Who is the state senator? Do you want to give his name? We’ll destroy his career,” Trump replied, according to Politico.
Leach, who has pushed for civil asset forfeiture reform in Pennsylvania, invited Trump to come after him as well.
“Hey! I oppose civil asset forfeiture too,” Leach wrote on Facebook and Twitter. “Why don’t you come after me you fascist, loofa-faced s***-gibbon!!”
FLOTUS Melania Trump refiled her defamation suit against the Daily Mail for calling her a hooker, and causing her to miss out on the opportunity to cash in on her position.
An attorney for first lady Melania Trump argued in a lawsuit filed Monday that an article falsely alleging that she once worked for an escort service hurt her chance to establish “multimillion dollar business relationships” during the years in which she would be “one of the most photographed women in the world.”
The suit — filed Monday in New York Supreme Court, a state trial court, in Manhattan — against Mail Media, the owner of the Daily Mail, said the article published by the Daily Mail and its online division last August caused Trump’s brand, Melania, to lose “significant value” as well as “major business opportunities that were otherwise available to her.” The suit said the article had damaged her “unique, once in a lifetime opportunity” to “launch a broad-based commercial brand.”
The suit filed Monday did not spell out a plan by Trump to market her products during her tenure as first lady, but mentioned that her reputation had suffered just as she was experiencing a “multi-year term” of elevated publicity. The suit says the Daily Mail article “impugned her fitness to perform her duties as First Lady of the United States.”
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