17 Burst results for "Hopex"

"hopex" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on Intercepted with Jeremy Scahill

"Sam about cooperativ a wreck put this whole escapade follows the departure of white house communications director hopex which followed the rob porter scandal which followed the cetera etcetera etcetera and now it looks like national security adviser h r mcmaster is going to be leaving the administration sometime in the near future it's hard to watch all of this and not conclude that this administration is in a free fall trump's own cabinet officials and spokespeople they seem to be at a loss as to how to spin much of what's happening in fact trump's declaration that a trade war is a good thing seemed to catch even his own top advisers off guard he is the one who makes the decision he has made a decision at this point 25 and turn if he for some reason should changes mine than a little change are you have no reason to believe he is going to change his mind trump surrogates like press secretary sarah huckabee sanders often fall back and they've been doing this for a long time to their line that reports of chaos or fake news and that everything is normal for in a great place that we have an incredible story to tell it's been a historic first year i and we're continuing to focus on the things that president trump campaigned on were excited about what we've done and we're we're going and we're going to continue working heart for the american people earlier this week donald trump himself tweeted quote the new fake news narrative is that there is and this is an all caps chaos in the white house wrong people will always come and go and i want strong dialogue before making a final decision i still have some people that i want to change always seeking perfection there is no chaos only great energy what with the kind of news cycle that all of us have been living in for well over a year now it becomes a real challenge to follow the big picture of the global consequences of this administration of the trump presidency but also to place it in a historical context yes the outcome of the robert muller investigation could have farreaching consequences but trump is still the president of the united states and his actions or inactions his tweets reverberate across the globe on a daily basis and it becomes a real challenge to keep track of it all.

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"hopex" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Way i've been treated by donald trump i mean i hate the guy a so all for he oh my god something just for private i mean other than political and thought going away on their some kind of conversation or something that you could tell us about our which cold i was not going to get fire when those facebook post release now at that point i thought the corey louis dads can hope picks had released them i was told i was talking to get fired i resent him for i was then called that morning when donald trump did sunday interviews with the sunday shows and you could see this he did those interviews and then trump called me afterwards to tell me i was being fired and that there were issuing a press release and he called me a low level parttime consultant i was being laughed at for years i supported him like you eat he was like a he was like i should never been but he was like a father to me and he has a positive ali that when he fired meaning any let corey louis dow's in hopex collude owned by the way was seriously arron then corrie's then trump's cellphone has released the next day what a coincidence right there was released on monday after i was fired on sunday i was told once again trump told me he told me that conversation he was going to keep it quiet trump told you personally yes cory cold such hope settlement keyword is quiet in the corn he referred to you as a low level eddie let them draft that's a hand in any any left them draft that say and by the way i want to see it asks him for treating you so badly paid back to him was i worked for ted cruz but i did that as where while going around only with chris christie who got around five votes in new hampshire and he was going to allow him to run his campaign that he announced the chris christie was going to run the transition which was a.

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"hopex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Will go back to the ukraine from twenty years ago their seemingly no end to the depth and lengths of which robert muller won't go here and then muller subpoenaing let's see he wants everybody's emails attacks hand written notes uh carter page corey lewandowski donald trump hopex heat schiller the former bodyguard donald trump michael cohen paul manafort rick gates roger stone and steve bannon i got a lot of people like on my list bruce in nelly your i think we ought to subpoena everything that they've got struck in page ought to be subpoenaed a susan rice ought to be subpoenaed definitely james colmey let's get his emails and let's get all of his text messages uh we have to get him for hillary clinton and bill clinton because they are up to their eyeballs and violating many laws that would also include obama now we know that devon as did get answers will have those answers tonight at nine we'll were on hannity to the deadline that he had friday night from obama administration officials i think we have a samantha powers' has a lot of questions to answer ben rhodes and andrew mccabe in loretta lynch and even muller himself because he was the fbi director during the time the whole uranium one russia deal took place and he knew about these crimes being committed in he did nothing of that i mentioned genie ray she to enjoy it and george george pompidou topless let's bring him in andrew weissman needs to be brought it and we could just go on from there rebecca we can bring were becky into in a let subpoena all of his emails as long as we're going through all these emails cody share let's bring his it let's bring in rosenstein in baker and let's get their emails and text messages anyway uh what's good for the goose here ought to be good for the gander especially if we're actually looking for truth and trying to get to see who committed crimes crimes and went up but i think a second special council is now unavoidable in this particular case and.

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"hopex" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on WJR 760

"What they're doing what they're going after hopex why the going after jared kushner while they're going after the wagner kushner mueller as a rogue prosecutor he's gone way beyond his mandate there is no reason in the world he shouldn't be fired anyone in the world would understand that he's sat ovary how long have been over year there's no russia collusion we know was invented by the hillary clinton campaign the whole thing was invented it's a house of cards built upon ally that has snowballed now out of control trump has nothing to lose and firing your what he's going to be hated more by the left you mean that jake tapper will get even more upset than he already is giving the snyder drug addicts on late night comedy who read scripts written for them by far more intelligent people are going to be even more vicious you make alec whatever his name as with alexander not how what's the guide the entertainer whose baldwin the guy's career zeman over a long time who now has made a career of a immitating and bashing donald trump you think he's gonna get even lower than this you think robert de niro get even less vicious a more vicious if he fires meal as good if you move do bomb you bomb yuma what's he gonna say now what can he say now what are all a hollywood idiots it's gonna say now you're moke you bump what can we say next so we're talking about a meltdown of our government and i've given you the psychological meltdown of our intelligence agencies which failed us miserably with the school shooting they even admitted it they should have stopped the shooting but they will also involve a trying to get trump they couldn't get nicolas crews they were busy trying to get uh jared kushner that's what we're living through right now a witchhunt so schumer now.

"hopex" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on WTMA

"What they're doing what they're going after hopex why the going after jared kushner why they're going after the volga kushner mueller as a rogue prosecutor he's gone way beyond his mandate there is no reason in the world is shouldn't be fired anyone in the world would understand that he's at ovary how long has been over year there's no russia collusion we know was invented by the hillary clinton campaign the whole thing was invented it's a house of cards built upon a lie that has snowballed now out of control trump has nothing to lose and firing mueller what he's going to be hated more by the left you mean that jake tapper will get even more upset than he already is giving the snide drug addicts on late night comedy who reached scripts written for them by far more intelligent people are going to be even more vicious you make alec whatever's name as with alec adjust not what's the guide the entertainer whose baldwin the guy career careers been over long time who now has made a career of a imitating and bashing donald trump you think he's gonna get even lower than this you think robert de niro get even less vicious a more vicious if he fires meal is going to you move you bomb you bomb yuma what's he gonna say now what can he say now what role of hollywood idiots going to say now you'll moke you bump what can we say next so we're talking about a meltdown of our government and i've given you the psychological meltdown of our intelligence agencies which failed us miserably with a skull shooting they even admitted it they should have stopped the shooting but they were also involved with trying to get trump they couldn't get nicholas crews they were busy trying to get uh jared kushner that's what we're living through right now a witchhunt so showman now.

"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"For that with our politics lead now a new details about the expanding russia investigation special counsel robert muller is looking at whether president trump obstructed justice and his repeated attempts to oust attorney general jeff sessions over the summer according to a new report in the washington post this comes as cnn is also learned that muller is asking witnesses about denials made by outgoing communications director hopex ends jessica schneider joins me now and jessica this all centres run hicks claiming that there were no known contacts between the trump campaign and any russian bright and those are the comments she made just two days after the election it was hoped pigs in her role with the transition at that time where she told the new york times no one on the campaign had met with any foreign entity but of course as we now know numerous people associated with the campaign that with numerous russian officials and russian nationals throughout the campaign so now hope picks his comments they're getting a closer look by the special council tonight hope pigs may be on her way out of the white house but she is still under scrutiny in the special counsel's russia investigation it's not ending anytime soon that's one thing we know for certain two days after the 2016 election hicks told the new york times no one on the campaign had any contact with russian officials she said we are not aware of any campaign representatives that were in touch with any foreign entities before yesterday when mr trump spoke with many world leaders a former trump campaign a tell cnn muller's team has asked about this common in interviews specifically if it was accurate given the numerous contacts with russian that have since come to light and whether hicks was aware of any of those contacts when she made the denial the list of russian meetings that took place during the campaign and were disclosed over the past year or more includes that trump tower meeting with the russian lawyer in june 2016 attended by donald trump jr paul manafort and jared kushner jeff sessions meeting with russian ambassador sergei kislyak at the republican national convention in july 2016 when sessions was still a senator but a top surrogate of the trump campaign trump campaign advisers meeting with kislyak at the rnc and it.

"hopex" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The house intelligence committee answering questions for about eight hours admitting that some time she was required to tell white lies in the trump administration but insisting she never lied about substantive matters and hicks was also involved in the aftermath of don juniors meeting with the russian lawyer at trump tower last year on board air force one helping craft the now infamous press release claiming the meeting was about adoption we've since learned it was really about dirt on hillary clinton hopex picks also helped craft the initial white house response to allegations of domestic abuse by now former top aide rob porter with whom she was romantically involved porter denied the allegations and resigned now the woman who rarely says a word in public will be taking her silence with her as she departs the white house randy k new york nine after students sav returned to class at stone men douglas high school two weeks after the devastating shooting natasha chen reports lawmakers again met with president trump to discuss what action national leaders will take in the wake of the tragedy is time as time that a president stepped up president donald trump gathered top democrats and republicans to the white house for an open discussion on gun safety if the act the can't wave and play games and nothing gets done said with no clear consensus among lawmakers and several options on the table a path forward will not be easy the president says a first step should be an agreement on stronger background checks but it's clear he wants more we could make it much more comprehensive and have one village set of fifteen different bills nobody knows what's happening if we need sixty votes for mr pride in all four at times the president was pressed by some democrats in the room i just i think you underestimate the power begun body who challenged him directly to take the lead mr president is going to have to be you the brings the republicans the table on this because it right now the gunloving would stop it in its tracks i liked that responsibility chris i really give the president emphasized his admiration for the nra and the second amendment but he urged lawmakers to consider age limits we didn't dress present thing and closing the gun show loophole as well as mental health reforms the format of the bipartisan meeting with similar to a sitdown back in january where the president.

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"hopex" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

01:47 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"The way the times wrote that wrote up that revelation is itself revealing a hope hopex white house communications director told house investigators that her work for president trump has occasionally required her to tell white lies but after extended consultation with her lawyers she insisted that she had not lied about matters material to the investigations into russia's interference in the presidential election and it's possible links to trump associates so she said working for trump has required me to lie i have lied about some stuff but after extensive consultation extended consultation with their lawyer she is ultimately able to say that she hasn't been lying specifically about the investigation that was yesterday today help picks quit as well so the deputy communications director quit yesterday communications director quit today and their few things about this that may end up being very important right part of this is personal for the president whole picks is the longeststanding and reportedly the closest staffer to the president at least the one who is not related to him by blood or marriage she's closer to him than anybody else other than his kids she in josh ruffled both started off working at a new york pr firm where she was doing public relations for yvonne could trump she ultimately made the leap to go worked for yvonne could trump's private business and then that's the position from which she moved onto the trump campaign so she comes from the jared any vonk aside of trumpworld she's been with the trump family in one way or another for several years now her departure of course happens at a particularly differed tung difficult time for it for jared any vonk out when when jarrett in particular has been publicly humiliated and effectively demoted in the white house in a stillevolving scandal related to his inability to obtain a permanent security cl.

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"hopex" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Democrats are trying to figure out right now if these doors are actually open or if this was just another as one aide told me performance by the president now erin shift over to republicans and one charitably put it that they were perplexed another and this probably describes better where people are right now is furious whether it was comments seeming to target senator pat toomey related to the inera nra or when it came to something known as a gun violence restraining order which vice president mike pence was trying to explain to him the president saying do due process afterwards take the guns first republicans are very upset about that idea very upset that they felt like the president put them in a bad position on this debate here's the reality right now on capitol hill house republicans have made very clear they have done issues when it comes to legislation on what they're going to do going forward gun controls gun restrictions that is not in the bailey wit going forward and i can also tell you just a few hours before that meeting aaron senate republicans had come to the conclusion that in terms of the nearterm future for the debate it didn't exist there were no plans to move forward on something in the next couple of weeks clearly this meeting was almost incredible i think you can describe the big question becomes does it scramble this debate entirely does it change the direction of the way things are going or frankly thursday trump come out and a couple of days there of course thursday trump will be influenced by everything else going on with hopex and all the coverage is receiving there as well thank you so much fell and next it something happen with the house intelligence committee yesterday that made hopex resigned so suddenly today and asked congress for news in the room and ginny most with the truth about exactly what qualifies as a wipe.

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"hopex" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all lynn come on up here up the white house loses hope quiz help one day after her testimony to rusher probe yet another top trump stepper steps down we'll be back tonight what we know about the sudden departure of opec thin as the president demands is attorney general investigates his enemies russia if you're listening i hope you are able to find thirty thousand emails that are missing and nbc news exclusive report that love wikileaks robert muller is asking witnesses whether donald trump knew about the hack of the dnc before the public did where i love reading those wickedly plus what to make of the president's gun show highlight taking the guns early with a lawmaker who was in the room i think you underestimate the power of the gun lobby when all lynn starts right now good evening from your congress as white house communications director hopex is out one day after testifying before the house intelligence committee where she acknowledge telling and i'm quoting here because it's such a indicative freeze white lies whitelaw's for the president the president longestserving aid is joining the extensive an evergrowing list of senior officials to leave the trump administration hicks has been a player in some of the pivotal moments of the russia saga as well as a whole campaign a presidency she was interviewed by special counsel robert muller team late last year and her departure comes just as moller's investigation appears to be turning to the key question part of the whole affair.

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"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"The commentary just about all the crazy things going on president trump attacking jeff sessions for abiding by protocols hopex admitting she lied everything with jared kushner um you know that was that was those are the three things three huge stories but we just call out wednesday and now we have hopex resigning again it does seem like there is more chaos in this new cycle every day than any other period i can recall because of the trump white house i mean look there are vents that intervened the horrific florida shooting and you know a a war abroad things that have nothing to do with the white house but day after day after day this white house is making news often bad for themselves often self inflicted wounds but this does explain the tweets president trump wrote against sessions today i do think that you're on a little bit but listen let's let's pretend that we know that trump knew that hope is going to leave trump is losing his team what trump really wants and attorney general jeff sessions is a john mess real mitchell nixon's attorney general who later mandates his campaign and covered up for nixon and later you know went to jail became the first attorney general ever to go to prison but i do think that trump watts of protector someone to stop the russia investigation because now he is losing people the indictments are mounting up there is a on trial set for manafort in september the tide is turning against him on this front and he is rapidly losing control i want to go through to still take a moment.

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"hopex" Discussed on State of America

State of America

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on State of America

"The reach of what his actual i would i would say is now the special counsel who led the whitewater investigation remember him against former president bill clinton agrees i think it's beyond his mandate the mandate is uh what happened during the 2016 election in terms of collusion that's the key idea and in the house russia a probe testimony from white house communications director hopex did not go as some lawmakers had hoped hicks refused to answer questions about her time in the white house during more than eight hours of closed door questioning and initially refused to answer some questions about the transition here's the top democrat on the panel this is a breathtaking league broad claim privilege that i don't think any court would sustain and i think the white house knows that this is not too executive privilege privileges his executive stonewalling now source says hicks did admit to one thing that she has told what she calls white lies on behalf of her boss but she added that she has not lied about anything substantive for president trump okay so now let's just get over to the white house that's where we find kaitlan collins kaitlan tensions seem to be rising inside the trump administration we're learning gird jared kushner now thinks his colleagues are out to get it sounds like the palace intrigue is expanding it's certainly is gel when they're certainly tensions here are certainly simmering in jared kushner is under this impression lately he's been described as paranoid by his colleagues that people in the west wing are out to get him with a flurry of negative headlines about him recently and he's also under the impression that the release of that story that information from the washington post yesterday that officials from several countries have discussed ways that they can exploit.

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"hopex" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"Tonight on all lynn i've ever given given any specific direction to take additional steps outside my authority mbc report substantial evidence election systems compromise here in seven us states by the russians in 2016 at the national security director reveals trump has not directed him to protect us in 2018 the notion that you have not been given this mission to stop this from happening this year is outrageous then there was no collusion there's no obstruction there's gonna be no finding of wrongdoing there is no collusion there has been no collusion here as the white house keeps insisting on no collusion where's help upcoming are how come here i'll get up here hope hopex the president's longtime aide stonewalled on the hill come on up europe top trump come g shy plus the trump tax cut scoreboard boost wedding jared kushner loses his top secret intelligence access jared senate announced but i think he's been treated very unfairly when all lynn's starts right now he's a highquality person good evening from york i'm chris hayes whatever rower moeller does or does not find about donald trump's interactions with russia in the last campaign here's what we do know for certain right now according to us intelligence agencies russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election with a clear preference for donald trump also according us intelligence agencies russia is already working to interfere in the next round of us elections which take place just eight months from now and early voting for the primaries is already open in some states but despite that ongoing very real threat to our electoral integrity the head of the national security agency that would be admiral mike mike rogers testified to congress today the president has not directed him to do a single thing to disrupt russian election hacking operations where they originate actors out there should be so he would need basically to be directed by the president's through secretive.

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"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"The news in the russian investigation we've just learned that the house intelligence committee is abruptly delaying its interview with white house communications director hopex let's go to cnn's maharaja on capitol hill monnou tell us what's going on and the significance of it is a very surprise decision jay coming after steve bannon the chief strategist former she chatted strategies that the white house i would not answer scores of questions before the house intelligence committee earlier this week about the transition period and about his time at the white house not have questions for the committee was whether or not hopex was going to do the same thing tomorrow so as a result the committee essentially pull the plug before tomorrow's appearance and said that they want to sort out what she can and can't answer now this is very significant j because hicks was one of the most highly anticipated witnesses of this investigation she's roman who who's been very close to the present time predates the campaign as she knows about a range of issues quite potentially these contacts with the russians that may exist as well on the controversies that occurred during the white house at the firing of james call me and that response to that trump tower meeting with donald trump junior and the russians those questions joe jake are going to have to be delayed because of questions about whether the white house would try to block any questions which dead members had posed campaign cnn after the campaign season jake are among rozier on capitol hill my panels back with me an susan ho picks might know more than anyone except for donald trump about the first year of the trump presidency and the time of the campaign how much how key do you think she is to the house investigation into the whole investigation all of the investigation was she is someone who is almost always by donald trump side in the campaign and in the white house so she has seen first hand a lot of the things going on that negotiations over putting out that statement about the controversy on meeting with russians during the campaign for instance so we think she'd have a lot to say that she also because of that you might envision the president saying i'm going to invoke executive privilege us to prevent her from answering the question said.

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"hopex" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The days till christmas crazy cardamone i won't have christmas here arthouse who's loyal to all my life of one of them have a big family christmas and to memory mine twenty six minutes before the hour i'm reading a fantastic book i'm so excited to interview corey lewandowski tomorrow he's got this book along with david bossi let trump trump and it's an insider's view at the campaign after a whole ride that they were on you know it's been said that donald trump running for president short of started with a couple of people who worked with trump hopex corey lewandowski one or two others and trump shooting around in a room one day shame let's run for president come on why not and the most improbable candidacy in the history of america was born well i just got through the first couple of chapters and the first chapter is about election night they were sure they were going to lose in fact trump himself was frustrated and disappointed and said at one point well so much for all that time and money because they were so sure that that the numbers were rolling in and the did not look good in the early going it's it's just a great book and it's written in a way where you are really really there in the middle of the race in the middle of the campaign you're on trump's plane you're in the hotel rooms you're in the in the street near the banquet halls and all the places where trump spoke in an nub get a sense and and korean day pull pull no punches they are not very kind to sean spicer they portray sean spicer as well a bit of a trader or backstabber uh and somebody who wasn't particularly a supportive of the trump presidency in the early going maybe that's why sean is in on the team anymore i don't know but it's a it's a fascinating book let trump be trump we're going to interview corey lewandowski the co author of that book tomorrow on the.

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"hopex" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on WGTK

"Twenty six british before the hour of reading a fantastic book i'm so excited interview corey lewandowski tomorrow he's got this book along with david bossi let trump be trump and it's an insider's view at the campaign at the whole ride that they were on you know it's been said that donald trump running for president short of started with a couple of people who worked with trump hopex corey lewandowski one or two others and trump sitting around in a room one day same l let's run for president come on why not and the most improbable candidacy in the history of america was born well i just got through the first couple of chapters and the first chapter is about election night they were sure they were going to lose in fact trump himself was frustrated and disappointed and sad at one point well so much for all that time and money because they were so sure that that the numbers were rolling in and the did not look good in the early going it's it's just a great book and it's written in a way were you are really really there in the middle of the race in the middle of the campaign you're on trump's plane you're in the hotel rooms you're in the in the dispute near the banquet halls and all the places where trump spoke in an nub get a chance and and korean dave pull pull no punches they are not very kind to sean spicer they portray sean spicer as well a bit of a traitor or backstabber uh and somebody who was a particularly a supportive of the trump presidency in the early going maybe that's why sean is in on the team anymore i don't know but it's a it's a fascinating book let trump trump we're going to interview corey lewandowski the co author of that book tomorrow on the show um on.

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"hopex" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"hopex" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Twenty six minutes before the hour i'm reading a fantastic book i'm so excited to interview corey lewandowski tomorrow he's got this book along with david bossi let trump be trump and it's an insider's view at the campaign at the whole ride that they were on you know it's been said that donald trump running for president short of started with a couple of people who worked with trump hopex corey lewandowski one or two others and trump sitting around in a room one day same let's run for president come on why not and the most improbable candidacy in the history of america was born well i just got through the first couple of chapters and the first chapter is about election night they were sure they were going to lose in fact trump himself was frustrated and disappointed and said at one point well so much for all that time and money because they were so sure that the the numbers were rolling in and the did not look good in the early going it's it's just a great book and it's written in a way were you are really really there in the middle of the race in the middle of the campaign you're on trump's plane you're in the hotel rooms you're in the in the spirit near the banquet halls in all the places where trump spoke it at nu get a sense and and korean dave pull pull no punches they are not very kind to sean spicer they portray sean spicer as well a bit of a trader or backstabber uh and somebody who wasn't particularly a supportive of the trump presidency in the early going maybe that's why sean is in on the team anymore i don't know but it's a it's a fascinating book let trump be trump we're going to interview corey lewandowski the co author of that book tomorrow on the.

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