Thursday, August 18, 2016



Donald Trump Adds Two New Leaders 

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Published on Aug 17, 2016

Donald Trump is overhauling his top political staff -- again. Stephen Bannon of Breitbart News becomes the campaign's CEO, and Trump strategist Kellyanne Conway is the new campaign manager. Paul Manafort remains campaign chairman.

INSIDER: Steve Bannon Is a Fighter, Excellent Trump Move

Published on Aug 17, 2016

Alex Jones and Paul Joseph Watson talk with Roger Stone about Steve Bannon and what this means for the Trump Campaign.


Trump Turbocharges His Campaign, Adding Powerhouse Advisors

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On Tuesday evening Donald Trump announced the addition of Stephen Bannon to his campaign and the promotion of Kellyanne Conway to a new a position on his staff, explaining, “I want to win. That’s why I’m bringing on fantastic people who know how to win and love to win.”
Later he told the Associated Press, "I’ve known both of them for a long time. They’re terrific people, they’re winners, they’re champs, and we need to win it. I believe we’re adding some of the best talents in politics, with the experience and expertise needed to defeat Hillary Clinton in November."
Taking on the role of CEO of Trump’s campaign, Bannon will work closely with Paul Manafort, who remains his campaign chairman. Conway, who has been serving as an advisor to the campaign, will become his campaign manager. Staffers said she’ll take an active role of managing Trump while he is on the road, advising him personally as he travels to make campaign presentations and hold press conferences.
Bannon, following a stint as an investment banker with Goldman Sachs, opened his own boutique investment firm Bannon & Co. which specialized in investing in media properties. He founded the Government Accountability Institute in 2012, its purpose “to investigate and expose crony capitalism, misuse of taxpayer monies, and other governmental corruption or malfeasance.” In keeping with that mission, the institute funded the book Clinton Cash: The Untold Story of How and Why Foreign Governments and Businesses Helped Make Bill and Hillary Rich, which was published in May of 2015. It became a New York Times Best Seller.
Bannon’s institute then turned Clinton Cash into a film a year later, releasing it just before the start of the Democratic National Convention.
Prior to accepting Trump’s invitation to join his team, Bannon was the executive chairman of Breitbart News, LLC, the parent company of the Breitbart News Network. He has taken a leave of absence in order to take on the role in Trump’s campaign.
Kellyanne Conway is the president and CEO of The Polling Company, which has served as a political advisor to the late Congressman Jack Kemp, former Vice President Dan Quayle, former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, former Senator Fred Thompson, and former Congressman and now Indiana’s governor as well as Trump’s running mate, Mike Pence.
Conway’s company has conducted demographic and attitudinal surveys for various trade associations and Fortune 500 companies, including American Express, ABC News, Major League Baseball, and the Ladies' Home Journal magazine. She also heads up Woman Trend, a research and consulting firm that works to improve customer relationships between major American corporations and the female consumer.
The addition of this additional “firepower” (a term used by Trump himself) into the Trump campaign has been in the works for weeks, long before Trump’s recent decline in the polls. But the national media, including and the Wall Street Journal, characterized the move as just short of a panic reshuffling of talent in order to stave off imminent disaster. Said Yahoo, "Trump brought in a new CEO and promoted a pollster … after a tumultuous few weeks that have seen the GOP contender’s poll numbers drop amid a series of controversies."
The Wall Street Journal called Trump’s moves an “overhaul” of his team “in a bid to recover ground he has lost in recent weeks.”
What’s likely happening is that Trump is turbocharging his campaign in advance of the unofficial election season kickoff following the Labor Day weekend the first week of September.
It also turns out that those poll numbers to which the MSM is referring are old news. On Tuesday, Zogby Analytics published poll results from last Friday and Saturday, showing that the race is now in a statistical dead heat, with Clinton at 38 percent, Trump at 36 percent, Gary Johnson at eight percent, Jill Stein at five percent, and the remaining 13 percent still unsure of whom they’ll vote for in November. As Zogby noted:
Trump has kept the race close by winning Independents. He is winning Independents 32% to 26% and has also closed the gap among older Millennials. Trump is tied with Clinton at 30% among 25-34 year old voters. Another interesting development is over the years we have tracked voting habits among NASCAR fans and Weekly Walmart shoppers. Ten years ago these groups tended to slant conservative and Republican. That trend has been reversed during the Obama Presidency, and these consumers tend to be more liberal and supporters of Democrats today. Trump has reversed this trend. Both NASCAR fans and Walmart shoppers favor Trump over Clinton. Donald Trump is winning NASCAR fans (44% to 36%) and weekly Walmart shoppers 41% to 36%.
Professor Helmut Norpoth, a political science professor at Stony Brook University in New York, prefers his election model to any of the current polls, holding that most polls “tend to be inaccurate until closer to the final election date.” His model has been back-tested to 1912 and it has predicted every presidential election winner but one (1960 when Kennedy beat Nixon), for a 96-percent accuracy rate. Based on data from the primaries leading up to the national election, Norpoth gives Trump an 87-percent chance of winning in November.
With the Clinton campaign bogged down over the e-mail scandal, the continuing flow of damaging evidence of invidious behavior from WikiLeaks, and increasing concerns over her health, Trump is ramping up his team for the unofficial launch in September. Rather than “reshuffling” it in response to allegedly poor recent poll numbers, he appears to be turbocharging it with remarkable talent, something Trump has repeatedly done successfully in private industry for years. 
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By Kelleigh Nelson August 23, 2016
"If you can hire people whose passion intersects with the job, they won't require any supervision at all. They will manage themselves better than anyone could ever manage them. Their fire comes from within, not from without. Their motivation is internal, not external." — Stephen Covey
Manafort Resigns
The MSM is screaming Trump campaign shakeup, and yammering night and day about trouble within the campaign. What a load of horse hockey! The Clinton campaign has hundreds of staffers, and when Trump hires two new staffers, they call it a shakeup! Idiotic. It is common in the home stretch of a campaign to beef up the pack for the win. Paul Manafort stated much the same.
Mr. Manafort was set up by the Clintonistas and the NYTs in particular. [Link] Make sure you read Roger Stone’s article, Donald Trump, Paul Manafort and the New McCarthyism, for all the details. Stone also exposed John Podesta’s brother as having done what they’ve accused Manafort of doing. [Link] John Podesta is Hillary Clinton’s Campaign Manager.
What the MSM reported were lies, purposely put out to damage the Trump campaign, and this is the reason Mr. Manafort resigned. He wants Trump to win, and certainly does not want this negative publicity to splash back onto Mr. Trump. The campaign has lost a brilliant political consultant, all because of lies by the enemies of freedom.
Trump praised Manafort's work on the campaign and called him a "true professional."
"It is imperative we continue to expand our team with top-tier talent," Manafort said in the campaign statement. "Steve and Kellyanne are respected professionals who believe in Mr. Trump and his message and will undoubtedly help take the campaign to new levels of success."
Conway and Manafort
Saving our Country
Our very country is at stake in the 2016 election. We are at the tipping point, and only Donald J. Trump can level our nation again. Many grassroots Americans are working overtime to help Mr. Trump become our 45th President of the United States. And now, at the bottom of the 9th, he’s added two of my most favorite people to his campaign, so the bases are loaded, and here comes the grand slam!
Bannon, and Conway now head up the Trump campaign, along with a lot of other brilliant people and great advisors, including my favorite intel officer, LTG Michael Flynn. One must remember the fabulous RNC convention we tuned into for four nights. It was Manafort who gave us the finest convention we’ve seen in over 50 years! He promised an exciting GOP gathering in Cleveland, and that’s exactly what we got, truly the ultimate reality show. Not only was the entire program informative, but it was totally entertaining.
The latest addition of Kellyanne Conway and Stephen Bannon is a bold and productive move on the part of Donald Trump. Both these people are top tier skilled politicos.
Kellyanne Conway
Kellyanne Conway is a veteran pollster. Her husband, George, is a New York lawyer who was part of secret efforts to boost the lawsuit of Clinton accuser Paula Jones. He is a litigation partner at the law firm Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen and Katz.
Her company biography calls her a “fully-recovered” attorney, and says she is admitted to practice law in four jurisdictions (Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the District of Columbia). She has practiced law, clerked for a judge in Washington, DC and for four years, was an adjunct professor at George Washington University Law Center.
In 1995, Kellyanne founded The Polling Company, Inc., which is “a nationally-regarded primary research and consulting firm based in Washington, DC, with offices in New York City.” Bloomberg calls Conway “a 49-year-old movement conservative from New York” and says she is the “first woman to manage a Republican presidential campaign.”
Conway was also employed by the Cruz campaign as a strategist for Keep the Promise I, a pro-Cruz super-PAC, bankrolled by hedge fund billionaire Robert Mercer, that ran attack ads against Trump during the primary campaign, including one blasting the real estate mogul for supposedly supporting government-run healthcare, which of course wasn’t true. Robert Mercer now has a Super Pac which is running attack ads against Hillary Clinton.
Remember, for Kellyanne, it was a job. She supports Donald Trump for president, and she’s dynamite at what she does.
By the way, Carl Icahn called into CNN today to announce that he is backing Mr. Trump. Icahn is worth $17 billion. He believes the American blue collar and middle class workers will all support Mr. Trump. Why? Because Trump will bring back American jobs, and because Trump is the “blue-collar billionaire.”
Stephen Bannon
Stephen Bannon is called a firebrand, but he’s a big time truth teller, and a devout conservative. He is a businessman, media executive, conservative filmmaker, and former naval officer, and as of now, the "Chief Executive" of the 2016 presidential campaign of Donald Trump. Stephen is the co-founder and executive chairman of the Government Accountability Institute, where he helped orchestrate the filming of Clinton Cash. He is also the former executive chairman of Breitbart News LLC, the parent company of the Breitbart News Network. He resigned in order to work for Mr. Trump.
He holds a master’s degree in National Security Studies from Georgetown University. He also has an MBA from Harvard Business School. And yes, he worked at Goldman Sachs as an investment banker in the Mergers & Acquisitions Department. He and several colleagues at Sachs left and started Bannon and Company, a “boutique investment bank” specializing in media.
Through his company, he negotiated the sale of Castle Rock Entertainment to Ted Turner. As payment, Bannon & Co. accepted a stake in five television shows, including Seinfeld. He sold the company in 1998.
Bannon then became an executive producer in Hollywood. He produced Anthony Hopkins’s 1999 film, Titus. He also became a partner with entertainment industry executive Jeff Kwatinetz at The Firm, Inc., a film and television management company.
Bloomberg thinks Bannon is the most dangerous political operative in America, because he wants to take down Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush, and he’s doing a very good job of it.
According to the Bloomberg article,
Bannon sits at the nexus of what Hillary Clinton once dubbed “the vast right-wing conspiracy,” where he and his network have done more than anyone else to complicate her presidential ambitions—and they plan to do more. But this “conspiracy,” at least under Bannon, has mutated into something different from what Clinton described: It’s as eager to go after establishment Republicans such as Boehner or Jeb Bush as Democrats like Clinton.
In 2004, Bannon made a documentary about Ronald Reagan titled In the Face of Evil. During the making and screening of this film, Bannon was introduced to Peter Schweizer, who wrote Clinton Cash, and publisher Andrew Breitbart.
Breitbart actually apprenticed under Matt Drudge, and later Drudge introduced him to Arianna Huffington, who was then still a Republican, and Breitbart actually helped her start Huffington Post. We lost a great one with Andrew Breitbart.
Democrats believe that Bannon and his ilk have been more effective than conservatives who targeted Bill Clinton 25 years ago. In fact, Bannon has come out with so much on the Clintons, including a focus on how the donors in Clinton Cash violated many of the principles liberals hold dear. The Clintons have basically played a lot of people for fools, and they’ve enriched themselves beyond belief while doing it.
That’s not all, Peter Schweizer’s e-book, Bush Bucks: How Public Service and Corporations Helped Make Jeb Rich, examines how Bush enriched himself after leaving the Florida governor’s mansion in 2007. The rot is in both the right and the left.
One must always remember that Donald J. Trump is a businessman and not a politician. He has even stated this in his last few speeches. He has also stated he is a leader, and that is what our country needs…a leader who will put America back on the track of freedom and liberty for all.
He is a man who takes charge. He knows in his gut and his heart what is right and what he needs to do. Like his first wife, Ivana said, “If Donald says he’ll do something, you can count on it being done.”
Mr. Trump has had to learn politics as he’s traveled through this snake pit of MSM, GOP, and Democrat attacks. He fills stadiums to capacity while Hillary Clinton struggles to fill a high school classroom. His campaign has been ramped up to where it is now on steroids. It is up to us to help him fulfill his promises for Making America Great Again. Get everyone to the polls on November 8th, and vote Trump!
[P.S. In order to wake up the population, we need to reach more people. Please use this material, and call into talk radio programs (like Sean Hannity, Michael Savage, Rush Limbaugh etc.) and mention on the air while discussing the content of this article, write letters to newspaper editors, and speak to your friends. Spread the word, and in doing so, we have a chance to save America.]