The Donald Trump Campaign will be holding a free rally for the public at the Anaheim Convention Center on May 25th 2016.
Registration details are here:
Wednesday, May 25th: Anaheim, CA
Anaheim Convention Center
800 West Katella Avenue
Anaheim, CA 92802
Doors Open: 9:00 AM
Event Begins: 12:00 PM
Register for tickets by clicking here.
The Donald Trump Campaign will be holding a Rally at the San Diego Convention Center on Friday, May 27th. Doors will open for attendees at 10AM. America’s veterans are encouraged to attend. The rally will include a VIP section reserved for America’s veterans in the front of the audience. Several LA Trump members will be in attendance. See details below:
Friday, May 27th: San Diego, CA San Diego Convention Center 111 W Harbor Drive San Diego, CA 92101 Doors Open: 10:00 AM Event Begins: 1:00 PM Register for tickets by clicking here.
Donald Trump will be holding a Professional Women’s Rally in Southern California on Wednesday May 26th 2016 the location of which is still to be announced. Several LA Trump members will be in attendance. For more information contact mailto:director@LATrump.com
From Fox News – 5/20/2016
Suddenly, abruptly, the press is viewing Donald Trump as a potential president.
The business that gave him no chance of winning the nomination, which remained in denial for months as he dispatched his GOP rivals, which has been operated under the assumption that Hillary Clinton will clobber him, is starting to change its tune.
And it’s all because of a couple of polls.
Now as I’ve said from my soapbox many times, journalists are way too addicted to polls, which are fleeting snapshots and sometimes wrong. A June poll in 1992 gave the impression that Ross Perot would win the White House. A June poll in 1988 suggested that Michael Dukakis would be sitting in the Oval Office. So surveys in May of 2016 should be viewed with appropriate caution.
But every once in awhile, a poll or two can change the political conversation. And that’s what is happening with numbers showing Trump essentially running even with Clinton. A Fox News poll gives him a 45-42 percent lead, which is margin-of-error territory.
That means more to the horse-race press than Trump meeting with Henry Kissinger, releasing a list of potential Supreme Court nominees or anything else he’s done since driving Ted Cruz and John Kasich from the race.
Even if the polls are off by a few points, it means that a non-politician, who has been widely derided for being too divisive and inflammatory, is a serious contender against a former first lady, senator and secretary of State.
What does this do to the #NeverTrump crowd?
Most of its members make the argument that Trump’s nomination would be a suicidal move for the GOP. That’s why they’re plotting to try to rewrite the convention rules to derail him, or challenge him with a third-party conservative candidate.
But don’t those talking points crumble if Trump is viewed as having a strong shot at recapturing the White House for the Republicans?
The Fox poll underscores what a crazy campaign this is. The gender gap is large, with Clinton leading among women by 14 points and Trump on top with men by 22 points.
The racial and ethnic gap is huge. Trump has a 24-point edge among white voters. Clinton dominates the black vote by 83 points, and the Hispanic vote by 39 points.
There may be a Trump bump since he effectively clinched the nomination, while Clinton still has to fend off attacks by Bernie Sanders. Trump’s negatives, while still high, have shrunk since March, which shows that even well-known candidates can gradually change the way they’re perceived.
But there is bad news for both candidates: they’re strikingly unpopular. Forty percent of those surveyed said Trump is honest, while 57 percent said he is not. Clinton hit a new low with just 31 percent viewing her as honest, and 66 percent saying she isn’t.
So this could come down to which candidate can make the other seem more unacceptable, a surefire formula for ugliness.
Howard Kurtz is a Fox News analyst and the host of “MediaBuzz” (Sundays 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET). He is the author of five books and is based in Washington. Follow him at @HowardKurtz. Click here for more information on Howard Kurtz.
Paul Manafort, a campaign veteran brought on by Trump at the end of March to serve as convention manager, will now hold the title of campaign chairman and chief strategist, spokeswoman Hope Hicks confirmed Thursday.
Manafort and other new hires have sometimes clashed with Trump’s original, tightly-knit team led by campaign manager Corey Lewandowski. Lewandowski is expected to maintain his current role overseeing day-to-day campaign operations.
News of Manafort’s new role was first reported by ABC.
Manafort spent Thursday morning meeting with lawmakers in Washington.
Because Neither Thomas Jefferson nor Ronald Reagan Is on the Ballot
In print, on air, online, and in person, I urged GOP primary voters to send to the White House — chronologically — Scott Walker, Carly Fiorina, Marco Rubio, and Ted Cruz. It seems they didn’t listen.
That leaves real-estate magnate Donald J. Trump as the Republican party’s standard-bearer. He will not run next fall against the ghost of Thomas Jefferson, the reincarnation of Ronald Wilson Reagan, or even Nebraska’s former U.S. senator Bob Kerrey, a thinking Democrat — all tantalizing alternatives.
Trump most likely will battle Hillary Rodham Clinton — a far-Left, borderline serial criminal whose presidency would be rocket-fueled by revenge.
Courtesy of A. F. Branco
Hillary will spend four to eight years auditing conservatives, stripping pro-freedom groups of their tax-exempt status, and curbing their free speech. She will grab the guns of law-abiding citizens. She will pick Americans’ pockets so she can gild those of her Big Labor pals, starting with the teachers’ unions.
A President Hillary would order liberal lawyers across the federal bureaucracy to sue “global-warming” skeptics under the anti-Mafia RICO statute, as U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch says she has “discussed” and “referred to the FBI.” Sixteen Democrat state attorneys general already are suing those who refuse to genuflect before the “global warming” altar.
Why stop there? Hillary might prosecute those who argue that the Laffer curve mirrors economic reality, school choice educates children, and abortion murders them. Hillary’s leftist lawyers will double down on Obama’s crusade to strip college men of due process when liars accuse them of sexual harassment or rape on campus. And Hillary will nominate left-wing federal judges to high-five all of this — until death do them part.
Many on the right accurately chide Trump for not being “a consistent conservative.” Among others, Trump’s trade and entitlement-reform positions confirm this. But Trump’s enthusiasm for the Second Amendment and his embrace of a 15 percent corporate tax, Obamacare repeal, health-savings accounts, waterboarding, and securing the southern “border” demonstrate that he is quite conservative — if not every time, then many times.
Hillary Clinton, however, is not a consistent conservative. She is not even an occasional conservative. She is an anti-conservative. Nowhere is Hillary to the Right of Lincoln . . . Chaffee. She favors devolving power and tax dollars to the states . . . never.
This, as RealClearPolitics tallies, is the verdict that 10,924,682 GOP primary voters have reached:
On one side, an inconsistent conservative who will stand with the Right — not always, but at least sometimes, and perhaps often.
On the other side, either a self-avowed socialist from Vermont (who wins primaries but gets swamped by undemocratic super-delegates) or, more likely, a stealth socialist who is nearly as far left but also deeply, irretrievably corrupt. One of today’s enduring mysteries is why Hillary is not already wearing a prison-striped pantsuit after abusing 2,115 classified e-mails, as the Wall Street Journal calculates, and benefiting from the bribes-for-favors pump called the Clinton Foundation. She is under active investigation by “fewer than 50” FBI agents, the Washington Post reports. But, phantasmagorically, this bothers the Left about as much as if she acquired 49 new Facebook friends.
In that connection, FBI director James Comey just poured a bucket of ice water all over Hillary’s claims that the agency is not probing her but, instead, is conducting a “security inquiry” into the permeability of her outlaw, do-it-yourself computer server. “I’m not familiar with the term ‘security inquiry,’” Comey told journalists Wednesday. “We’re conducting an investigation,” he added. “That’s what we do.”
And remember the Supreme Court seat so unexpectedly vacated by the late Antonin Scalia? Assuming that vacuum persists, Trump might fill it with federal appellate judge Janice Rogers Brown, Arizona supreme-court justice Clint Bolick, or U.S. senator Mike Lee (R., Utah). There is zero chance that Hillary even would glance at the résumés of these committed constitutionalists. The best-case scenario is that she would nominate former Harvard Law professor Alan Dershowitz to the Supremes. Conversely, she could reward Obama for keeping her unindicted by tapping him to occupy Scalia’s chair — for life.
Thus, on Election Day, I will pull the lever for my fifth choice for president: Donald J. Trump. He is the only thing standing between America and the woman who would turn our exceptional country into Cristina Kirchner’s Argentina, if we are lucky, or Hugo Chávez’s Venezuela, if we are not.
— Deroy Murdock is a Manhattan-based Fox News contributor and a contributing editor with National Review Online.
In an expose of Trump’s crack legal expert, The Center for Public Integrity, Newsweek, The Huffington Post and the Press of Atlantic City contributed to provide the most in-depth look yet at the Don McGahn’s relationship with the Federal Elections Commission and the Trump Campaign.
Thursday, May 12 2016
Four members of the LA Trump Executive Committee are named to the Advisory Board of the only Trump Sanctioned Super PAC (Political Action Committee). Erik Laykin, Hon. Ann-Marie Villicana, Dr. Jeanette Parker and Rick Williams join the blue ribbon Advisory Board of The Committee for American Sovereignty. Additional committee members include Los Angeles Lincoln Club Chairman Nishan Partamian, Actor Jon Voight, Calista Gingrich, Former California State Senator Tony Strickland and numerous other early supporters of the Donald Trump campaign.