GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump is scheduled to appear at charity event at the PNC Arts Center in Holmdel on Saturday, September 24. The event, sponsored by the Republican Hindu Coalition, will raise money for Hindu terror victims, according to an announcement on the RHC’s facebook page.
The Republican Hindu Coalition is modeled after the Republican Jewish Coalition and seeks to become a unique bridge between the Hindu-American community and Republican Leaders.
The event will start at noon and go all day, according to the announcement. There are 10,000 tickets available @$29 each.
WASHINGTON — The parents of two of the four Americans killed at Benghazi have sued former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in U.S. District Court, charging that the Democratic nominee was responsible for the deaths of their sons, according to published reports. Lawyer Larry Klayman, a frequent Clinton critic, filed the lawsuit on behalf of… Read the rest of this entry »
Hillary Clinton has opened a double digit lead over Donald Trump in a nationwide poll of likely voters released by Monmouth University today. Prior to the conventions, Clinton held a slim two point lead.
Both candidates remain unpopular, but the Democrat has a growing advantage on being seen as more temperamentally suited for the presidency. Still, Clinton’s email use remains a problem for her, while voters are divided on the impact of Trump’s attitude toward Russia. The poll also found that voters are less optimistic and enthusiastic about the 2016 election than they were one year ago.
If Donald Trump is elected President of the United States, his wife will not be the first first lady who posed for nude photographs.
Melania Trump’s censored nude photos adorn the pages of the New York Post today. Columnist Andrea Peyser posted, “This election has finally gotten European,” on facebook.
The Post said it exclusively obtained the photos from French photographer Alé de Basseville who shot them during a Manhattan photo shoot in 1995 when Melania was a professional model, Hillary Clinton was first lady and Monica Lewinsky was an intern.
A Bloody Mary in the morning, champagne flutes in the afternoon and paté at night. Funded by special interests, enjoyed by politicians and hidden from public view. At hotel lobbies and dive bars and shiny museums far from the floor of the Democratic National Convention in South Philadelphia, democracy is getting fat – and wasted -… Read the rest of this entry »
Maggie Moran, the Managing Director of the Asbury Park based Democratic consulting firm Kivvit and the wife of Belmar Mayor “Lawless Matt” Doherty, announced on facebook yesterday that she has donated to the reelection campaign of Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
Wasserman Schultz is the Chair of the Democratic National Committee until Friday. She announced her resignation after DNC emails that proved she rigged Hillary Clinton’s Democrat nomination for president were released. She was then named Honorary Chair of Clinton’s campaign.
That’s perfectly consistent with the Monmouth County Democrats’ ethos that it is OK to cheat and the ends justifies the means.
In the Clinton universe a little email scandal should never be a career killer.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz will open and close the Democratic National Convention in Philadephia this week and then step down has Chair of the Democratic National Committee, ostensibly because of the leaked emails from the DNC proving that Clinton’s nomination was rigged by the committee and Bernie Sanders never had a chance.
It seems Wasserman Schultz’s apparent forced resignation is really just a transfer. Hillary Clinton announced this evening that Wasserman Schultz will become the Honorary Chair of the Democrat presidential campaign.
Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, who faced increasing calls to step down in the wake of the DNC email leak, says she will resign from her position after taking part in this week’s convention. Wasserman announced her decision in a statement released on Sunday afternoon, though she made no mention… Read the rest of this entry »
CLEVELAND | Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, little known nationally but highly admired in conservative circles, has a “95 percent probability” of being Donald Trump’s choice for vice president, The Washington Times has learned. The sources for that assessment are Republicans close to the campaign and to the governor. A tipoff came a few days ago when… Read the rest of this entry »
TRENTON — Former Gov. Tom Kean has some political advice for Donald Trump: Don’t pick Gov. Chris Christie as your running mate if you hope to become president, and start surrounding yourself with better advisers. “If I were to advise him politically, it’s not the way to win the election,” said Kean of talk about a… Read the rest of this entry »