President Donald Trump is preparing to visit his Bedminster golf club for the first time in more than a month.
The Federal Aviation Administration issued a temporary flight restriction for the airspace around his golf club from Friday to Sunday.
Those announcements accurately have forecast Trump’s getaways to Bedminster since he became president, but he has cancelled two visits at the last minute.
It will be Trump’s second trip to Bedminister this year. His first was during the weekend of June 12-14, where he hosted a fundraiser for his re-election campaign and dined with Gov. Phil Murphy. Follow… Read the rest of this entry »
Congressman Chris Smith (R-NJ4), a forty year critic of China and champion of human rights throughout the world, today applauded President Donald J. Trump for “doing what previous presidents have failed to do” by sanctioning China for violating the “one country, two systems” treaty and ending democratic freedom for the people of Hong Kong.
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump said Monday that he will sign an executive order “to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States” because of the coronavirus.
“In light of the attack from the Invisible Enemy, as well as the need to protect the jobs of our GREAT American Citizens, I will be signing an Executive Order to temporarily suspend immigration into the United States!” Trump tweeted.He offered no details as to what immigration programs might be affected by the order. The White House did not immediately elaborate on Trump’s tweeted announcement.Trump has taken credit for his … Read the rest of this entry »
Corna Gossage picked up on the second ring Tuesday afternoon when we called seeking a good story or two from her husband on the death of Yankees managing partner Hank Steinbrenner.
“Rick,” she called out once, twice, three times. “I can’t find him.”
Goose Gossage, aka Rich on most of his baseball cards and Rick to everyone in his hometown in Colorado Springs, Colo., answered on our third call.
As usual, the 68-year-old Hall of Fame pitcher and Yankees legend got off topic and didn’t hold back.Gossage, who is two years into a probable lifetime ban from Yankees spring training coaching and Old-Timers… Read the rest of this entry »
Los Angeles (AFP) – The first fatality from the novel coronavirus has been confirmed on US soil, a woman in her late 50s who was “medically high-risk,” President Donald Trump said Saturday, as he urged Americans not to panic.Health officials said the woman in Washington state was one of a handful with no known links to global hot zones to have contracted the virus — indicating that the pathogen was now likely spreading in communities.The death occurred in King county, the most populous in the state and home to Seattle, a city of more than 700,000 people, officials in the state told AFP.The vi… Read the rest of this entry »
Adam Geller, President of National Research, addresses Monmouth County Republicans.
As a practitioner of public opinion polling, I’ve studied, poked and analyzed opinions for more than 25 years. I’ve learned and grown to appreciate how fickle and malleable opinions can be. I’ve also come to understand through opinion research, why President Trump is playing a winning hand going into 2020 and why he is better positioned for victory than you might think.
Mr. Trump isn’t playing the opinion game. He is playing on a different field. He is playing on beliefs and values. And his opponents are all too happy to assist him.
Opinions can change, and they often do. Beliefs don’t change. We can change our opinion about a candidate, or a restaurant, or a TV series. But we don’t change our fundamental values. We don’t change our beliefs. Opinions are ephemeral. Beliefs are unwavering.
Congressman Chris Smith issued the following statement regarding the Mueller report:
“After almost two years of vigorous investigation, Special Counsel Robert Mueller—aided by 19 lawyers, about 40 FBI agents, intelligence analysts, forensic accountants and others—has found that there was no collusion whatsoever by President Trump (or anyone associated with his campaign) with the Russians to influence the 2016 election. This vindication is good news for America, not so good for the credibility of those who insisted on an almost daily basis that there was ample evidence which demonstrated that the President was guilty of collusion. In the end, Mueller’s Report proves that the truth matters. False charges should have no place in American politics.”