Jesse Watters: Phoenix Mayor Criticizing Timing of Trump Rally Just Desires ‘To Get on MSNBC’

Stanton appeared on MSNBC Thursday night called the rally “ill-timed” which it would “irritate enthusiasms.” Watters was not having it. “‘Ill-timed?’” Watters reacted. “Didn’t President Obama have a little fundraising event after Benghazi? C’mon, discussing ‘ill-timed.’ Get outta here!” The 5 co-host then declared that Stanton “does not desire Trump to be successful.” “Trump’s gon na have a huge rally, everybody’s going to reveal up, we’re going to take it live, he’s gon na make a lots of news, he’s going to feed off the energy of the crowd, and then in 3 years, he’s gon na win Arizona…

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Nancy Pelosi endorses censuring Trump

President Trump has decided to fire his chief strategist, Stephen Bannon, two administration authorities informed Drudge Report composes. New York’s Gabriel Sherman mentioned a “source close to Bannon” to validate that Bannon is “anticipated” to return to the hard-right outlet.The Times included that contrary to what Trump has actually informed assistants,”an individual close to Mr. Bannon firmly insisted the parting of methods was his idea, and that he had actually submitted his resignation to the president on Aug. 7, to be announced at the start of this week, but it was delayed in the wake of the racial discontent…

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BREAKING NEWS! Sixteen of 17 Members of Trump’s Arts and Humanities Council Resign to Protest His Statements on Charlottesville

Sixteen from 17 members of a White House advisory panel on the arts and humanities resigned en masse Friday in action to President Trump’s divisive comments on the deadly violence in Charlottesville, Va.The move follows the mass exodus of significant organisation CEOs who quit 2 White Home panels this week to protest the president’s response to last weekend’s clashes in between far-right groups and counter-protesters.” Reproach and censure in the greatest possible terms are necessary following your support of the hate groups and terrorists who killed and hurt fellow Americans in Charlottesville,”the 16 wrote in a letter to Trump.”The…

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Mitt Romney suddenly makes some traditional media ‘pals’ after Trump-bashing week

All of a sudden, traditional media’s new hero is Mitt Romney.The former Massachusetts governor, and twice stopped working presidential prospect, took his second shot at President Donald Trump after the horrific occasions that unfolded in Charlottesville over the weekend.Romney took his jab at Trump even more on Friday, when he required that the president say sorry. “I will dispense for now from conversation of the ethical character of the president’s Charlottesville declarations. Whether he planned to or not, exactly what he interacted caused racists to rejoice, minorities to weep, and the large heart of America to grieve, “he wrote…

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America’s leading CEOs always had an uncomfortable relationship with Trump

implosion of Trump’s advisory councils on Wednesday acts as a plain reminder of these divides. Lots of business leaders put their pain with Trump aside to score a seat at the policymaking table, few provided their unconditional support. That became really clear once Trump associated violence at a rally of white supremacists in Charlottesville to “many sides.” CEOs began dropping out of the councils till they collapsed. After the election, primary executives and big business used Trump their congratulations and found commonalities over their mutual desire to pass corporate tax reform and cut down on Wall Street policies. “It…

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