**PRIME MINISTER NETANYAHU TAKES ON THE WORLD AND TELLS THE STORY OF IRAN
**REVEALS THE PLAN BEHIND NUCLEAR WEAPONS AND THE RESEARCH OF THE IAEA
**TRUMP GIVES COMMENT ON THE THREAT OF NORTH KOREA AND IRAN
**THE WHITE HOUSE CORRESPONDENTS DINNER-INCREDIBLY TASTELESS, RUDE, NOT FUNNY
**GUESTS ACTUALLY GOT UP AND LEFT THE DINNER, SO OFFENSIVE
4:05 PM ET – Christian Adams, President of the Public Interest Legal Foundation and editor at PJ Media and Hans von Spakovsky Senior Legal Fellow at the Heritage Foundation, they give us an in-depth analysis on the President’s rights and the aggressive nature of the Mueller quest to find out anything about everything to bring President Trump down. But by the powers granted by our Constitution, the President can say goodbye to Mueller whenever he wants:
Congress is also allowed, by law, to “vest the Appointment of such inferior Officers, as they think proper, in the President alone, in the Courts of Law, or in the Heads of Departments.”
What this means is that the president staffs the executive branch with more than 4,000 political appointees. Only about a quarter of these have to be approved by the Senate. The rest are “inferior” officers who can be appointed directly by the president or other top executive branch officials, such as Cabinet secretaries. (h/t Patriot Post)
4:30 PM ET – Pat Buchanan, is a political commentator, author, and syndicated columnist. He was a senior adviser to presidents Nixon, Ford and Reagan. As the President revamps his immediate staff and returns to his roots of speaking directly to the people, the mainstream media seemed more determined than ever to destroy him. Buchanan has seen this playbook on a number of occasions during his time with previous presidential administrations, but never with this amount of fervor and determination.
5:05 PM ET – Lieutenant Col Buzz Patterson, who carried the nuclear football under President Clinton and is the author of Dereliction of Duty: an Eyewitness Account of How Bill Clinton Compromised America’s National Security, and General Tom McInerney is a retired United States Air Force Lieutenant General, who served in top military positions under the Secretary of Defense and the Vice President of the United States, they address the address by PM Netanyahu and the meeting between South and North Korea.
5:30 PM ET – Diamond and Silk, spent last week on Capitol Hill battling back against attacks on them and their right to be on the right side of history. Today they are in New York and stop by the studio to see Sean.
Conservative North Carolina sisters Lynette “Diamond” Hardaway and Rochelle “Silk” Richardson had several heated exchanges with lawmakers during a hearing on Capitol Hill.
The two social media personalities were witnesses at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on “Filtering Practices of Social Media Platforms” after previous testimony by Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg about potential censorship of conservative viewpoints.
“We brought it to the light [as to] how Facebook has been censoring conservatives like ourselves for six months and 29 days,” Diamond told Rep. Hank Johnson (D-Ga.).
Johnson asked if Diamond & Silk were “making money” on their posts, to which Diamond responded that Facebook “demonetized” their post some time ago.
“YouTube did [censor] also by demonetizing 95 percent of our videos for no reason at all, deeming it as hate speech,” Silk said.
“Shame on the ones that don’t even see that we have been censored, yet when the Black Lives Matter people complain about it, oh, everybody is up in arms,” Diamond said. (h/t Fox News Insider)