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Saturday, April 28, 2018

4-28-18 Briefs


First Lady Melania Trump has again been the subject of criticism by the left-wing media for her choice in her beautiful outfits while entertaining international guests at the White House this week. Her large white hat was targeted by some fools that don’t recognize good fashion taste when they see it. Like former First Lady Jackie Kennedy, Melinia is a picture of elegance every time she sets foot outside the door. - ft

The Dust Up Between the two battling Republican factions in Navajo County reminds some folks of the Hatfield/McCoys. – ft

Folks up in Yavapai County are still chattering over Secretary of State Michele Reagan clapping her hands for her opponent -  businessman Steve Gaynor, after he pointed out several of her management flaws during a recent candidate  meeting. – ft

Doug Ducey 2015 2Gov Doug Ducey isn’t making brownie points by promising 20% teacher raises when that is the job of the local school board. Taxpayers are wondering how they are supposed to cough up the extra taxes for these raises when taxpayers  aren’t getting those kinds of raises. Others are wondering how many people in other professions would keep their jobs if they walked out for several days to protest on the streets and capitol building??? Many think boards/school districts should take a good look at their administration budgets/salaries and cut some of the deadwood off the top.- ft

Board of Supervisors Clint Hickman and his family were invited to the White House for the annual Easter egg roll. Briefs will have photos on that event on Monday. - ft

Kimmberly Yee 20 Majority LeaderThe Lincoln Republican Women will meet for dinner at 5:30 pm., Mon., May 7 at the New McCormick Resort, 7401 N Scottsdale Road in Scottsdale with LD20 Sen Kimberly Yee, who is currently running as a candidate for the State Treasurer position. $35 per person. Spouses welcome. 5:30 social, 6 pm meeting, 6:20 pm dinner, 7 pm program. Checks accepted made out to “LRW” or bring cash. RSVP - Pat Kaufman, 7436 E. Tuckey Lane, Scottsdale, AZ 85250,.. phone 480-368-2777 or 602-214-2114. patiamiam@gmail.com

The Arrowhead Republican Women’s Silver Anniversary Fashion Show and Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., May 5 at the Briarwood Country Club, 208001 N 135th Ave in Sun City West. Doors open at 10:30 am for purchase of Calle Rose fashions, jewelry and accessories.. A portion of the proceeds will support club projects such as veteran support and scholarships for women. Shopping is available all afternoon featuring clothes, jewelry and accessories. Tickets - $35 each. Calle Rose items. For tickets contact Treasurer Donna Stawicki at dbstawicki2@gmail.com or 623-455-8850. Credit cards are accepted! RSVP deadline is April 30. If you can’t attend the fashion show/luncheon, shopping will be available between 2-5 pm., Fri., May 4 with 20% of all sales credited to ARW.

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am, Sat., May 5 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, kelli ward 201814465 R.H. Johnson Blvd., with US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward. Ward, who served three terms as a legislator, is in private practice in Lake Havasu City and Kingman. Secretary of Steve Gaynor 2State candidate Steve Gaynor, a successful business man who is a strong supporter of conservative causes including TurningPointUSA, a conservative group who work on university campuses across the country fighting the liberal indoctrination of students, is also on the agenda. Candidates Joe Arpaio and Martha McSally declined their invitations. Doors open at 8 am. Donuts and coffee will be available - a $2 donation to help defray the cost of the room rental.  All Republicans and Independents from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are welcome to attend. Contact: Publicity chr Jean Goncalves, 623-214-8010 vicepresident@scwrepublicans.com, or www.scwrepublicans.com

LD27 aka South Mountain GOP is planning a Grassroots Republican Cinco de Mayo between 11 am and 2 pm., Sat., May 5 at El Prado Park, 6428 S 19th Ave. in Phoenix. Voter registration will be available, along with food and a bouncy house for the kiddies. Candidates are welcome to ‘meet and greet.’ Contact VC2 Ron Harders at 602-243-0111.

Alice & George OrtizThe Chips N Salsa Show Broadcasts Saturdays LIVE At 4pm with Hispanic hosts George Ortiz & Alice Lara offering their Republican review of headlines and politics.  Tune in this week when U.S. AZ Senatorial Candidate Sheriff Joe Arpaio joins them in the molcajete. Hear the weekly Prather Point with Fast & Furious Whistleblower Jeff Prather reporting his political pulse on the dark state. This week's guests also include U.S. Prez 2020 candidate Cesar Cisneros and the Military Moment featuring Joshua Strickland, who will win the coveted Cocotaso & Whole Enchilada Awards? For sponsorship info contact Alice@ChipsNSalsaShow.com It all happens on CENTER RIGHT RADIO - Right here for you! Listen/watch on FACEBOOK livestream or  http://centerright.live/  602 796-1038

The National Rifle Association (NRA) will hold its 147th annual meeting May 3-6 in the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX. Over 80,000 patriots are expected to attend. 15 acres of guns and gear will be on displays between 9am-6 pm on Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5, as well as from 10 am to 5 pm., Sunday, May 6. The NRA-ILA Leadership Forum is scheduled at 12:30pm., May 4. Tickets start at $10. Charlie Daniels, Travis Tritt and the Gatlin Brothers will entertain at 7pm, Sat., May 5. (Doors open at 6 pm) For tickets go to ticket/online/upcomingEventSearch Pre-register here https://prereg.nraam.org/

You can Join the National Rifle Association at membership.nra.org/

Michele Reagan 2017 SOSArizona Secretary of State Michele Reagan has released the 2018 signature requirements for congressional, statewide, and legislative candidates. Signature requirements, established by a formula set in state statute, are based upon state and local voter registration figures as of March 1, 2018.  Candidates seeking to qualify for the 2018 ballot must submit their nomination petitions to the Secretary of State's Office.  The first day to file these forms with the Secretary of State’s Office is April 30, 2018 and the deadline is May 30, 2018 at 5. Visit http://go.azsos.gov/RunForPublicOffice for more information.

Ken Bennett - 2015

Those Wishing To Sign A Petition For Ken Bennett’s run for Gov of Arizona can sign on line at www.kenbennett.com and contribute $5. The former Secretary of State announced his candidacy a few days after Gov Doug Ducey overrode the legislature with his 20% pay raises to teachers promise.

Paul Gosar 2016LD4 Congressman Paul Gosar is running for re-election and his petitions are available online at http://apps.azsos.gov/equal/ Contact Penny Pew, Volunteer for Gosar4Congress at (928) 245-4618 pennypew@gmail.com

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NOTES FROM READERS

Opinions expressed by readers are not necessarily those of the Briefs. Commentary running over 400 words is subject to editing. Briefs posts candidate announcements, but does not endorse candidates, nor do we post endorsement statements. - ft.

Brent Backus-LD13LD13 Senate candidate Brett Backus: For those going to the Saturday Maricopa County GOP Lincoln Day luncheon,  please enjoy your lunch and speaker.  I have a business conflict and can not attend. For those assisting in getting my petition signatures, thank you. Bottom line...we will hold the Senate Republican seat in LD13.

Steve Slaton 2NCRC Chairman Steven Slaton responds to LD14 PC Bruce Piepho 4-27-18-briefs First Bruce Piepho - 2of all Bruce, You were not in Navajo County nor were you involved with what was going on. Let me enlighten you as to the facts. First of all, there were only 17 elected PC’s in Navajo County. Nobody was willing TO STEP UP AND RUN FOR Treasurer or Secretary! Therefore we had to change our bylaws to accommodate that situation. This way we always would have a quorum for the meetings. We did sent the changes to the AZGOP for ok and they were fine.  It was Sylvia Allen and her minions who Sylvia Allen 6 Sendidn’t like not being in charge. Furthermore Jill Skaufel, after being appointed PC - decided that she no longer wanted to be a appointed PC, since she did not have voting rights as an elected PC. I had to go to the Board of Supervisors to have her removed as an appointed PC. These are the type of people we are dealing with. I suggest to you Bruce - if you weren’t there and don’t know what’s going on just please stay out of this because you don’t know the facts.

wes harrieLD20 SC Wes Harris to Gov Doug Doucy: Doug, I will believe it when I see it. Doug Ducey 2015 2 First we do not need raises for 'support staff' as this is where the bulk of the money goes at present.  Which Superintendents and or School Board Presidents were consulted on any of this?  How much did you all increase the funding for regular class room activities?  Where is the money coming from?   How are Charter Schools affected by this promise? This is 2018 two years away from 2020.  What rabbit will you pull from the hat to support this claim?  Where is the new Legislature going to be on this in 2019 and 2020  when we have a different makeup?  I believe these are all legitimate questions.  This rings like the old political promise of a car in every garage and a chicken in every pot.  Sorry...not buying it especially when you consider that the Legislature budgeted $450 per student for capital maintenance but delivered only $70. Oh...by the way, only locally elected School Boards have the authority to raise teacher’s salaries, not the legislature nor the Governor's office.  The "RedforEd" petitioned the wrong people, in my opinion.

American Post-Gazette - Random Thoughts On #RedForEd: Two uncertified teachers, both millennials (i.e., snowflakes) and radical socialists, are leading the #RedforEd movement. One, Noah Karvelis, couldn’t get certified because he’s too ignorant of the U.S. Constitution and the Arizona Constitution to pass a simple test. Learning that this David Hogg look-a-like is a protégé of socialist Bernie Sanders, puts a lot of his disrespectful, foul-mouthed comments in perspective. But tens of thousands of Arizona teachers have put their faith in him and, of course, Doug Ducey 2015 2he’s become a media darling. His vitriolic attacks on his opponents will cause more harm than good to the process. House Speaker JD Mesnard was the earliest to cave. Isn’t “Mesnard” French? That would explain his surrender before even the first shot was fired.

Gov. Doug Ducey was too quick to acquiesce. Even though they already had their walk-out planned, Mr. Softee agreed to the teachers’ original demand of a 20% salary increase so fast it took the teachers by surprise. So much so that their radical leaders jumped right in and – asked for more. The trick will be two-fold: (1) coming up with a reasonable and sustainable funding source, and (2) getting the Legislature to buy into it. Hopefully, Ducey will read Donald Trump’s The Art of the Deal. If he already has, he needs to re-read it.

      The Legislature is catching heat from the media, egged on by ignorant comments from protesters that the House and Senate “adjourned early” on Thursday to avoid the protesters. Except for sine di, the Legislature always adjourns on Thursdays, takes Fridays off and returns on Monday. The media knows that—or should—and not properly reporting it is a dereliction of duty. Except, most of the media believes it is their duty to support socialist policies and attack Republicans. The media are like vultures circling the Capitol just waiting to swoop down on conservative carrion.

     There are polls showing a majority of Arizonans believe teachers deserve more pay. The real issue is where is that sustainable source of funding coming from? Mr. Softee says it can be done without a tax increase—this year. (Be careful—words mean things.) Voters have supported three statewide proposals that were sold to taxpayers as money going to the teachers: In 2000, Prop 301 passed. It was promoted as money going directly to the teachers. The details of 301 were different. Maybe half, maybe, went to teachers, and in some school districts there were reports that no money went to teachers. In 2010, voters approved Gov. Jan Brewer’s jan-brewer  2017 2two-year, one-cent sales tax increase. Part of the sales pitch: This will help the schools. And in 2016, Prop 123, the Arizona Education Finance Amendment, passed, raiding the state’s general fund and the state land trust fund to allocate an additional $3.5 Billion over ten years to schools. In addition to the $4.5 Billion annually appropriated to the schools, many billions of dollars more have been sent to the local school boards around the state. The real question before is: What have the local school boards done with all the money? Before they are given even more money to distribute to their already overpaid administrators, there needs to be an accounting. #RedforEd doesn’t address that concern because the local school boards and district administrators are controlled by the small, but boisterous and influential, teachers’ unions. They only want to blame the governor and the legislature, instead of the real culprits—local school boards. Yours in the Cause of Truth, - A. Hamilton

Denise Reilly, Former LD22PC: In light of my husband’s letter to the editor, 4-27-18-briefs. I’d like to share my experiences working with public educated children, kindergarten through the 6th grade, in various social settings. As very involved Christian homeschooling parents, both my husband and I volunteered our time with many organizations, mostly in church activities, local sports, food banks and the Cub Scouts. One of the most disturbing experiences that I recall occurred when working with public educated children with Bible verse memorization in the Awana church program. I recall on several instances, while the individual child would read the scriptures to me, the child would say “pass.” I was bewildered and said, “That word doesn’t say pass.” And the child would tell me that in public school they were told by their teachers to say “pass” if they didn’t know the word, instead of being taught by the teacher what the word was and how to phonetically read the word. This was with fourth, fifth and sixth grade students. These children all attended the same award winning, Blue Ribbon, nationally recognized public school. This all occurred during the push for Outcome Based Education and Goals 2000, which is currently known as Common Core. I believe many of our public educators have been given a “pass” for far too long. Throwing more money at teachers that aren’t teaching the proper academic skills, such as reading, writing, arithmetic and American History is not the answer. Our decision to homeschool was validated by our personal experiences with public educated children. Is it any wonder why our society and the current government education system is in the mess that it’s in when children are taught in the public schools to “pass” when life presents difficult situations? I vote “PASS” (no) on a teacher pay raise!

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ELECTED OFFICIALS COMMENTARY

Paul Gosar 2016Yesterday, U.S. Congressman Paul A. Gosar, D.D.S. (AZ-04) introduced Criminal Alien Removal Clarification Act. This legislation ensures that non-citizens, convicted of a felony or two or more misdemeanors, can be removed from the United States. The language is simple, satisfies Constitutional scrutiny, avoids loopholes, and gives codified guidance to the DOJ and Homeland Security in order to remove non-citizens who break our laws.“Judge Gorsuch’s ruling revealed a glaring loophole in our immigration system, said Gosar. The lack of clarification regarding criminal alien eligibility for deportation cripples our government's authority to keep our communities safe and free of violent criminals. This legislation provides a reasonable solution that prioritizes American citizens. Aliens with lawful status are here as guests, and should not maintain their status if they break the law."

Doug Ducey 2015 2Gov Doug Ducey understands the pain and pressure that a strike puts on Arizona parents and students. He has a plan that can end this, and he's working around the clock to get his 20x2020 plan passed. The governor has been meeting with legislators of both parties late into the night and making calls early in the morning. It's his number one focus. Get the update from the governor himself in this morning's interview with 3TV: Ducey- Talks Education On Chan 3 Governor Ducey understands the pain and pressure that a strike puts on Arizona parents and students. He has a plan that can end this, and he's working around the clock to get his 20x2020 plan passed. The governor has been meeting with legislators of both parties late into the night and making calls early in the morning. It's his number one focus. If you support the governor's 20% raises for teacher by the year 2020 and additional school funding, please forward this email on to a friend or family member, or post this video to Twitter or Facebook. Together, we can get teachers raises and put more funds into Arizona classrooms! – Team Ducey

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CALENDAR OF EVENTS

April 28

The Maricopa County Republican Lincoln Day and Precinct Committee Recognition Luncheon is scheduled at 11:45 am, Sat., April 28 at the Camby, 2401 E Camelback Road in Phx. Congressman Jim Jordan, co-founder of the US House Freedom Caucus will be the speaker. PC tickets-$60. Non-Pc tickets - $75. 10:30 am VIP Reception - $250. Purchase Tickets

MAY 1

The Payson Tea Party meets at 6 pm., May 1 (each Tuesday) at Tiny's Restaurant in Payson. That organization also welcomes candidate speakers. Contact Darlene Younker at 858-395-1850.

America First Policies will meet in Phoenix on May 1 with Vice President Mike Pence. Speakers will discuss President Trumps Tax cuts and Jobs Act and what the tax cuts mean to your family. RSVP here

The Pima County Tea Party Patriots CD2 Republican Primary Candidate Debate is scheduled between 6-8 pm., Tues., May 1 at Pima Community College Northwest, 7600 N Shannon Road#G-105 in Tucson. The event will be moderated by Garret Lewis of KNST. Tickets required. Pre-registration and picture ID required. Limited seating. All 5 candidates are invited. Submit your questions to admin@pimacountyteapartypatriots.com

Donation to cover facility cost accepted at door. www.pimacountyteapartypatriots.com

The CD 2 Congressional Republican Primary Candidate Debate scheduled at 6 pm., Tues., May 1 at Pima Community College Northwest in Tucson, will be moderated by Garret Lewis of KNST. Pre-registration and photo ID required. Limited seating. Register click here Submit questions to admin@pimacountyteapartypatriots.com Contact: www.pimacountyteapartypatriots.com Donations to cover facility cost accepted at the door.

MAY 3

The Colorado River Tea Party will meet at 6 pm., Thurs., May 3 with Judge Larry Kenworthy who will address “Gerrymandering – the Districts” in the Community Christian Church, 6480 E Hwy 95 in Yuma. Contact Chr Sally Kizer at coloradoriverteaparty@yahoo.com

Mesa Republican Women will meet at 11 am., Thurs., May 3 at a new location - The Silver Star Theater, 5247 E. Brown Rd. Mesa, AZ 85205 to hear Congressman Andy Biggs. Other candidates wishing to speak for 2 minutes should email nancy@thebrandedimage.com Lunch cost for members is $15 and $17 for non-members with RSVPs to Jennifer Hill mesarepublicanwomen@hotmail.com no later than April 29th.

Concerned Citizens For America (CC4A) will host LD6 candidate Walter Blackman, LD6 incumbent Senator Sylvia Allen, Yavapai County Field Director Steven Sensmeier and Yavapai County Area 3 Director Niles Haton at 6:30 pm., Thur., May 3 at the Canyon Trails Cowboy Church, 3132 White Bear Road in Sedona to discuss the Democrats, the media and some Republicans and their relentless attacks on President Trump, Conservatives, and the Constitutional Republic. All voters welcome. Desserts provided. Contact: Andrea Kadar andreakadar7@yahoo.com

Central Republican Women of Phoenix invites all Republicans to their next meeting on Thursday, May 3rd as they host an AZ State Treasurer forum.  Confirmed candidates attending are AZ State Senator Kimberly Yee and JoAnn Sabbagh.  Phoenix Mayoral Candidate Moses Sanchez will also be in attendance for some podium time.  The cost is $20 for hearty appetizers and beverage at Aunt Chilada's Squaw Peak Mexican Restaurant, 7330 N. Dreamy Draw Dr. Phoenix.  Social – 5:30 pm. Meet at 6:15 pm. RSVP to reservations@CRWOP.org or Jan Webb at 318-1010.

County Coffee with Supervisor Bill Gates is scheduled at 8 am., May 3 at Over Easy - Paradise Valley (patio), NE Corner of Shea Blvd. & Tatum Blvd. 10637 N. Tatum Blvd. Phoenix, AZ 85028 LD28 Senator Kate Brophy-McGee will be in attendance. Contact Gates: www.maricopa.gov/district3/ 602-506-7562

MAY 4

Gov Doug Ducey’s “Youth Leadership Day” is scheduled May 4 at Grand Canyon University where high school leaders will attend leadership workshops, hear inspirational speakers and network with their peers. This event is free for high school students. Lunch will be provided! Please have one person per 45 students register the entire group. Register Here

May 5

The Arrowhead Republican Women’s Silver Anniversary Fashion Show and Luncheon is scheduled at 11:30 am., Sat., May 5 at the Briarwood Country Club, 208001 N 135th Ave in Sun City West. Doors open at 10:30 am for purchase of Calle Rose fashions, jewelry and accessories.. A portion of the proceeds will support club projects such as veteran support and scholarships for women. Shopping is available all afternoon featuring clothes, jewelry and accessories. Tickets - $35 each. Calle Rose items. For tickets contact Treasurer Donna Stawicki at dbstawicki2@gmail.com or 623-455-8850. Credit cards are accepted! RSVP deadline is April 30. If you can’t attend the fashion show/luncheon, shopping will be available between 2-5 pm., Fri., May 4 with 20% of all sales credited to ARW.

The Sun City West Republican Club will meet at 8:30 am, Sat., May 5 in the Quail Room of the SCW Foundation, 14465 R.H. Johnson Blvd., with US Senate candidate Dr Kelli Ward. Ward, who served three terms as a legislator, is in private practice and emergency services in Lake Havasu City and Kingman. Secretary of State candidate Steve Gaynor is also on the agenda. Candidates Joe Arpaio and Martha McSally declined their invitations. Doors open at 8 am. Donuts and coffee will be available - a $2 donation to help defray the cost of the room rental.  All Republicans and Independents from the Sun Cities and surrounding areas are welcome to attend. Contact: Publicity chr Jean Goncalves, 623-214-8010 vicepresident@scwrepublicans.com, or www.scwrepublicans.com

LD27 aka South Mountain GOP is planning a Grassroots Republican Cinco de Mayo between 11 am and 2 pm., Sat., May 5 at El Prado Park, 6428 S 19th Ave. in Phoenix. Voter registration will be available, along with food and a bouncy house for the kiddies. Candidates are welcome to ‘meet and greet.’ Contact VC2 Ron Harders at 602-243-0111.

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SEEING RED AZ

· Leskos-AZ-CD8-Victory, You-Can’t-Believe-Your-Lyin-Eyes Dejected Arizona Republic Skews The News….Again

· Az-Teaches-Strike-Leader-Admits-Teaching-Is-Political/

· Az-Special-Election-Congressional-Dist-8-Results-More/

· McCains-Family-Releases-Vague-Health-Reports/ Smelling A Political Rat

AMERICAN FREEDOM BY BARBARA

· Mike Pompeo Met With Kim Jong-Un Over Easter Weekend Before He Was SOS

· House Intelligence Committee Releases Russia Report: FINDS NO TRUMP COLLUSION

· North And South Korea Signed A Declaration To 'Complete Denuclearization' Of Korean Peninsula

· Migrant Caravan Will Try To Cross U.S. Border-Will They Be Turned Back Or Arrested

ARIZONA FREEDOM ALLIANCE

· Gun Free Zone Protections...Do they exist?

· Cheap School Safety Plan

· An Alternative To Gov Ducey

· The Case Against Jim Vance & Sylvia Allen

· Does This Mean McCain Won't Last Until May 31?

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NEWS LINKS

· Leaky Comey’s Double Talking Interview With Bret Baier Exposes The Truth!

· Jim Jordan Rips Comey To Shreds For ‘Screwing Up The Clinton Investigation’

· Nikki Haley’s Fiery Response Is How We Know She’s Right For The Job

· Here's What Happened To The Confederate Monuments Torn Down In New Orleans

· ’#Metoo’ Has Taken Another Gop Congressmanm’s Scalp

ARIZONA

· Illegal-Arizona-Teacher-Strike-And-School-Closures-Violate-Students-Right-To-Education

· Ducey Says Deal Reached To End Teacher Walkout

· #Redfored In Tweets

· Live Updates: Thousands Of Teachers, Supporters Walk Out For More Education Funding

· River Dreams: Native Female Entrepreneur Starts Grand Canyon Rafting Company

· As Teachers Rally, Arizona Lawmakers Won't Return To The Capitol Until Monday

· Tens Of Thousands Hit Street To Protest Education Funding In Red For Ed March To Capitol

· State Firewise Summit Held At Hon-Dah

· Rattlesnake Fire At 23,258 Acres And 32 Percent Contained

· Arizona-Redfored-Walkout-Continue-Monday-Organizers-Say

· Gene Therapy Targets Incurable Diseases, But Costs Are High And There Are Risks

· Arizona Autism Prevalence Slightly Higher

· Meneses Appointed Executive Director Of Arizona Boxing, Mixed Martial Arts Commission

· Nogales CBP Officers Make $809k Meth Seizure At Mariposa

· Second Mesa Sentenced For Trafficking Meth On Hopi Reservation

· Public Helps Id Tucson Aggravated Assault Suspect.

WHITE HOUSE

· Trump Administration Prepares To Unravel Obama-Era Fuel-Efficiency Rules For Automobiles

CONGRESS

· Maxine-Waters-Completely-Embarrasses-Herself-Trying-To-Walk-Back-Agreeing-With-Trump

· Trump Administration Prepares To Unravel Obama-Era Fuel-Efficiency Rules For Automobiles

MEDIA

· Meghan-Mccain-Erupts; Audience-Cheers-Paul-Ryan-Retirement-Deserve-Trump

CLINTONS

· What-Monica-Lewinsky-Just-Admitted-Will-Kill-Hillary-Clinton-In-Washington-Forever

· New-Report-Proves-Clinton-Campaign-Laundered-Millions-During-Election-Run-Another-Law-Broken

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