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To Iranian President Rouhani: NEVER, EVER THREATEN THE UNITED STATES AGAIN OR YOU WILL SUFFER CONSEQUENCES THE LIKES OF WHICH FEW THROUGHOUT HISTORY HAVE EVER SUFFERED BEFORE. WE ARE NO LONGER A COUNTRY THAT WILL STAND FOR YOUR DEMENTED WORDS OF VIOLENCE & DEATH. BE CAUTIOUS!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) July 23, 2018
President Donald Trump is holding another rally in Tampa, Florida tonight. Trump will be stumping for Republican gubernatorial candidate Rep. Ron DeSantis (R- FL), who recently put out an ad showing his very, very strong alliance with the President. Trump tweeted earlier today, “Will be in Tampa tonight. A big year for @RepDeSantis, who will be a great governor for Florida. Strong on Crime, Borders and our 2nd Amendment. Big help on Tax & Regulation Cuts. Loves our Military & our Vets. Has my Full & Total Endorsement!” You can watch live above, via CBS News. [image via screengrab]
Fox News continues to dominate its competitors in the ratings, with four of its programs in the top five most-watched cable news shows in July 2018. Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson take the #1 and #2 spots, with 3.37 million viewers and 2.70 million viewers respectively, followed by MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow with 2.67 million viewers. The trend holds in the 25-54 demo as well, with Hannity scoring 623K viewers in the demo, Carlson with 524K, and Maddow with 511K. Laura Ingraham‘s show came in fourth overall, followed by Fox News’ 5 pm program The Five. In primetime, Fox News averaged a total of 2.41 million viewers, followed by MSNBC with 1.66 million and CNN with 891K. Fox even scored some wins during Shark Week. Hannity in particular rated an average of over 3.3 million viewers, while Shark Week programming averaged 1.7 million Continue reading "Fox News Devours Cable News Competition, Shark Week in Ratings For July"
Watch Live. President Donald Trump holds a “roundtable” discussion on jobs and the economy in Iowa. The President issued an executive order this week establishing a “President’s National Council for the American Worker’ and the “American Workforce Policy Advisory Board”. Ahead of the discussion Trump is touring a manufacturing lab that college.
President Donald Trump is in Kansas City, MO on this Tuesday to address the national convention of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The event is slated to begin at 12:30 p.m. ET. The Kansas City Star reports that the speech is expected to draw 4,000 veterans at the Memorial Auditorium. The speech comes as Robert Wilkie, Trump’s pick to lead the VA, was confirmed by the Senate on Monday with an 86-9 vote. The Star reports that hundreds of people have signed up for protests surrounding Trump’s visit to the Show Me State. Watch above, via the White House. [featured image via Getty]
White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders will hold a briefing today to discuss President Donald Trump’s latest plans and administrative agenda. The briefing was scheduled for 2:00 p.m. ET. There may very well be questions about the Michael Cohen tape and the Carter Page FISA document and the continued Russia fallout and the President yet again going after the NRL and Trump’s continued attacks on the press and all the rest of it, but right now it’s very likely Trump’s Iran tweet will be a rather big topic:
President Donald Trump set to hold a rally tonight in Fargo, North Dakota. Yes, just two days after his last rally, Trump is holding yet another one — and today there’s a lot for him and his supporters to celebrate, particularly with the reality that now Trump gets to pick a second Supreme Court Justice, following the surprise retirement announcement from Anthony Kennedy. Expect Trump to be especially fired up for this one. You can watch the rally live above, which is set to kick off at 8 p.m., via Fox News. [image via screengrab]
President Trump is speaking today to the Nevada Republican Party convention. The trip to Nevada comes amid massive nationwide coverage of the border crisis and family separation. The President signed an executive order this week to stop family separation, but he continues to blame Democrats for obstructing and not coming to the table on immigration. Watch live above, via the Washington Post. [image via screengrab]