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Trump kicks off re-election campaign at Orlando rally
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Aired 4 months ago 10:42
Senator Graham : Trump Doesn't Have to Declare Emergency
Senator Lindsey Graham was in Upstate South Carolina this week speaking at First Monday in Greenville and then joined me on The Morning Answer w/Joey Hudson for a few minutes this morning. We covered President Trump's troop withdrawal in Syria; Trump appointments to fill vacant judgeships, and of course, border wall funding. When asked if President Trump will declare an "emergency" to get the needed funding Senator Graham says he doesn't believe the President needs to use his emergency powers. Senator Graham says the President, as Commander in Chief, can order more troops to the border and while there...build the wall!! Take a minute to listen.
Aired 3 months ago 11:41
Greenville Triumph "Kicks" Off Their Inaugural Season
Greenville Triumph SC is a member of USL League One and is kicking off its inaugural season this spring with the first home game April 6th at Legacy Early College. Triumph has a 10-city lineup that includes teams in Toronto, Orlando, Dallas and Madison, Wisconsin. Head Coach John Harkes, a National Soccer Hall of Famer who competed in two World Cups as a member of the U.S. Men’s National Team, is leading Greenville Triumph SC. The team will play their inaugural season at Legacy Early College in a temporary 4,000-seat stadium. Triumph Vice Chairman and Chief Brand Officer Doug Erwin and Triumph Chairman Joe Erwin dropped by The Morning Answer with Joey Hudson to talk about next weeks first home game against Lansing Ignite. For more information including team roster, schedules, tickets and merchandise, visit GreenvilleTriumph.com. Download and take it with you for later.
Aired 3 weeks ago 12:08
Gay Couple Files Suit Against Trump Administration/McMaster
A same-sex couple in Greenville have filed a lawsuit against South Carolina and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services because they were not accepted to participate in a foster care program run by Miracle Hill Ministries in Upstate SC. The couple says their application was denied last month by Miracle Hill Ministries for failing to meet the agency's religious criteria. Eden Rogers and Brandy Welch said they chose Miracle Hill because they are the largest fostering agency in the Upstate. LGBT advocates, who filed the lawsuit on behalf of the couple, argue since the agency receives taxpayer dollars, they should not be able to discriminate based on religion or sexual orientation. "Governor McMaster's position has nothing to do with keeping anyone from fostering children and has everything to do with protecting Miracle Hill's ability to exercise its own religious freedom," a statement released from the Governor's office said. Sandy Furnell, Director of Communications and Public Relations for Miracle Hill Ministries joined Joey Hudson on The Morning Answer to discuss how they attempted to work with the couple, by providing a list of other foster care programs, and explained why it's important to their organization to remain true to their religious beliefs.