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Trump camp rips Biden campaign's immediate
attacks on Vance after VP selection: 'Poor taste'
Posted by Moritz55 7/16/2024 12:46:26 AM Post Reply
The Trump campaign is pushing back after President Biden immediately took to social media to blast Trump’s newly chosen candidate for Vice President, Ohio Sen. JD Vance. Shortly after Vance was announced as Trump’s candidate, the Biden campaign posted on X along with a fundraising link, "Here’s the deal about J.D. Vance. He talks a big game about working people. But now, he and Trump want to raise taxes on middle-class families while pushing more tax cuts for the rich." Trump 2024 Deputy Communications Director Caroline Sunshine took issue with that attack in an interview with Fox News Digital on Tuesday.
Trump goes big on Rust Belt by choosing Vance replies
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 11:02:15 PM Post Reply
Former President Donald Trump doubled down in his pursuit of the Rust Belt with his choice of Sen. J.D. Vance (R-OH) as his running mate in the 2024 presidential race. Before Vance was elected to the Senate from Ohio in 2022, winning a crowded Republican primary with Trump’s endorsement, he was the bestselling author of Hillbilly Elegy, a memoir that also dealt with the broader topics of drug addiction, family breakdown, and poverty in rural communities. Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin are the states where Trump sealed his victory over Hillary Clinton in 2016. He narrowly lost all three states to President Joe Biden in 2020.
Who is JD Vance’s wife, Usha Vance? replies
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 9:56:54 PM Post Reply
Usha Vance, the wife of Ohio Sen. JD Vance was thrust into the national spotlight after former President Donald Trump chose her husband as his running mate Monday. Usha Vance, née Chilukuri, born in 1986, was raised in San Diego, California, and attended Yale Law School, where she met the future Ohio senator, according to a report from the New York Times. "We were friends, and I liked that he was very diligent," she told NBC News about how she met her husband in a 2017 interview. "He would show up at 9 a.m. appointments that I would set up for us to start working on the brief together."
Trump could have died. Republicans have
one job at RNC in Milwaukee: Unite the country.
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 3:43:33 PM Post Reply
I’ll admit it. I’m shaken to the core by the attempted assassination of former President Donald Trump at a Pennsylvania rally on Saturday. He was shot by a sniper in his right ear. Blood streamed across his face in real time as the nation watched in horror. Trump is lucky to be alive. An attendee at the rally was killed. Others were critically injured. It’s the most violent act against a sitting or former president that I can remember in my lifetime. (I was a baby when President Ronald Reagan was severely wounded in an assassination attempt in 1981.)
Trump announces Ohio Sen JD Vance as his
2024 running mate
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 3:15:00 PM Post Reply
With an eye toward the future of a Republican Party dominated by former President Trump and his legions of MAGA supporters, Trump has named 39-year-old Sen. JD Vance of Ohio as his running mate on the GOP'S 2024 national ticket. The former president, who made his greatly anticipated and high-stakes announcement on Monday as the Republican National Convention kicked off in swing-state Wisconsin's largest city, will now share the ticket with one of his top supporters in the Senate and a one-time Trump critic who has transformed into a leading America First disciple. Vance, a former venture capitalist and the author of the bestselling memoir, "Hillbilly Elegy,”
MSNBC yanks anti-Trump 'Morning Joe' off
air following assassination attempt
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 10:58:15 AM Post Reply
MSNBC pulled its flagship AM program "Morning Joe" from airing on Monday in the wake of the assassination attempt on former President Trump. Viewers who tuned in expecting to see the staunchly anti-Trump program, hosted by Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski, were greeted instead by continued NBC News special reporting on the attempt on Trump's life on Saturday. A spokesperson said "Morning Joe" will resume airing on Tuesday. According to a CNN report, a person familiar with the decision said it was made in part over fear that one of the show's many guests over a 4-hour broadcast "might make an inappropriate comment on live television
The Biden Titanic replies
Posted by Moritz55 7/15/2024 10:39:58 AM Post Reply
Joe Biden’s escalating dementia and the long media-political conspiracy to hide his senility from the public are the least of the Democrats’ current problems. Biden’s track record as president may be more concerning than his cognitive decline. He has literally destroyed the U.S. border, deliberately allowing the entry of more than 10 million illegal aliens. His callous handlers’ agenda was to import abjectly poor constituencies in need of vast government services without regard for the current struggles of a battered American middle class and poor.
Police Officer Found Trump Shooter on
Roof Minutes Before Shooting: Report
Posted by Moritz55 7/14/2024 10:37:37 PM Post Reply
Before gunshots erupted at former President Donald Trump's campaign rally on Saturday, one police officer had confronted the now identified shooter, Thomas Matthew Crooks on the roof of a nearby building, according to two law enforcement officials who spoke to the Associated Press on Sunday. Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, was speaking at his rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, on Saturday evening when he was shot on stage, with a bullet hitting the upper part of his right ear. The suspected gunman, now identified by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) as 20-year-old Crooks of Bethel Park, Pennsylvania, was shot and killed by the Secret Service.
Swing district Dem calls out parties'
'dangerous lies': 'Democracy or authoritarianism'
Posted by Moritz55 7/14/2024 7:59:33 PM Post Reply
Rep. Jared Golden, D-Maine, penned a lengthy thread on X about the hyperbole in American politics, urging politicians to stop framing their opponents as "fascists." The vulnerable Democrat congressman took to X to denounce the current path that he says the country is on, adding that leaders need to guide America down a different one. "We can start by dropping hyperbolic threats about the stakes of this election," he wrote. "It should not be misleadingly portrayed as a struggle between democracy or authoritarianism or a battle against fascists or socialists bent on destroying America. These are dangerous lies."
What Doesn’t Kill Presidents, Strengthens replies
Posted by Moritz55 7/14/2024 7:10:15 PM Post Reply
Ronald Reagan’s legend began after he was shot. With his doctors soon to operate, he quipped, “I hope you’re all Republicans.” He told his wife, “Honey, I forgot to duck.” The coolness reinforced his image as America’s new leading man. “One of the political axioms, I have always felt, was you concentrate on your strength,” Reagan’s longtime strategist, Richard Wirthlin, once told me. The shooting accentuated an impression. Reagan had shown poise under fire. He was still a new president when he was shot in 1981. Public approval would only modestly, and fleetingly, rise. But the impression lasted. The image of Donald Trump with streaks of blood across his face
A New Offensive: Trump, the GOP, and the
Battle for America’s Future
Posted by Moritz55 7/14/2024 1:00:08 PM Post Reply
Having just spent a week padding about battle sites around Verdun and the Somme, I could not help but register the historical vibration of certain dates. Was it entirely coincidental that on July 18, 1918, Ferdinand Foch, the Allied Supreme Commander, launched a major counteroffensive against the Germans in the Second Battle of the Marne? That operation was the beginning of the end for the Boche. They sued for peace in November after American General John Pershing crushed the German forces near Montfaucon, northwest of Verdun. This Thursday, July 18, 2024, Donald Trump will deliver his acceptance speech at the Republican National Convention
Donald Trump tells Americans to 'stand
united' after attack
Posted by Moritz55 7/14/2024 11:38:59 AM Post Reply
What you need to know. Former US President Donald Trump was whisked off stage by security service agents after gunshots were heard at a rally in Pennsylvania. His team quickly confirmed he was doing fine. Shortly after, Trump said in a post on Truth Social that his ear was grazed by a bullet. The FBI has taken over from the US Secret Service to investigate the case. Hours after the attack, Trump thanked supporters for their "thoughts and prayers" and said it was important to remain "defiant in the face of wickedness."