Craig Shirley, William Shuttleworth, Trey Voggenreiter, Geary Higgins & Ron Meyer on The Larry O’Connor Show 06.06.19


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Normandy, Reagan and Trump on the 75th Anniversary of D-Day (Lifezette)

There is an old adage in show business that says one should never work with children or animals.

The obvious reason is they will always upstage you.

Let’s face it: President Donald Trump, like some other politicians, including Barack Obama, sometimes has had a blind spot where Reagan is concerned.

Trump recently attacked one of the Gipper’s speechwriters, Peggy Noonan, over a new piece of hers advocating censure for the president, rather than impeachment, and he angrily tweeted about “the past glory of Reagan.” [Read More]

Air Force veteran walking across America reaches Ohio (New York Daily News)

William Shuttleworth is on the march.

The Massachusetts Air Force veteran who embarked last month upon a charity walk across the entire continental U.S. has reached the Buckeye State. [Read More]

Primary candidates speak with voters during Sterling forum (Loudoun Times)

Several candidates running for local and state offices shared their views in Sterling during a well-attended candidates’ forum before the June 11 primaries.

All seats for the Board of Supervisors, School Board and representatives to the General Assembly will be up for a vote in November.

The event was sponsored by the Loudoun County NAACP, Loudoun Freedom Center, All Dulles Area Muslim Society, Holy & Whole Life Changing Ministries International and Loudoun Clergy Group. [Read More]

MICHAEL FLYNN ABRUPTLY FIRES HIS LAWYERS (The Daily Caller)

Former national security adviser Michael Flynn has fired his lawyers, signaling a potential change in his legal strategy as he awaits sentencing in the special counsel’s probe.

Robert Kelner, a partner at Covington & Burling, said in a court filing Thursday that Flynn terminated their arrangement and has already hired new lawyers. [Read More]

 

 

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