**WITH TARIFFS IN PLACE, MEXICAN GOVERNMENT CLAIMS TO BE HOLDING BACK MIGRANTS
**SOVEREIGNTY AND FREEDOM AND PARTNERSHIP BECOME THE TOPICS FOR UK VISIT
**DESPITE FAKE NEWS CLAIMS, MANY WELCOME THE PRESIDENT WITH OPEN ARMS
**UPSET DEBLASIO LIKE MAYOR GRANTS PERMIT FOR GIANT TRUMP BABY BALLOON
**CONGRESS THREATENS TO HOLD TRUMP STAFF IN CONTEMPT
4:05 PM ET – John Solomon, Executive Vice President and columnist for The Hill, and Gregg Jarrett, Fox News Legal Analyst and Author of The Russia Hoax and the upcoming book Witch Hunt are here to discuss John’s new column now; which is asking the hard questions of Hillary Clinton. The same woman who said she didn’t understand wiping her server with a cloth, and is now giving lectures on cybersecurity, (https://hannity.com/media-room/not-a-joke-hillary-clinton-to-speak-at-cyber-defense-summit-on-network-security/) needs to be held accountable.
Trump won, and now, thanks to special counsel Robert Mueller, we know the Russia-collusion allegations relentlessly peddled by Team Clinton were bogus. But not before the FBI used the Clinton-funded, foreign-created research to get a total of four warrants to spy on the Trump campaign, transition and presidency from October 2016 through the following autumn.
The Clinton team’s dirty trick was as diabolical as it was brilliant. It literally used house money and the entire U.S. intelligence apparatus to carry out its political hit job on Trump.
After two years of American discomfort, and tens of millions of taxpayer dollars spent, it’s time for the house to call in its IOU.
Hillary Clinton owes us answers — lots of them.
So far, she has ducked them, even while doing many high-profile interviews with media too cowardly to ask hard questions.
I’m not the only one who thinks this way. Longtime Clinton adviser Douglas Schoen said Friday night on Fox News that it’s time for Clinton to answer what she knew and when she knew it.
4:30 PM ET – Nigel Farage, leader of the Brexit Party since March 2019 and as a Member of the European Parliament for the South East England constituency since 1999, is here to talk about the President’s visit to England to commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day on June 6th. Much to the shock and dismay of Fake News CNN, their own Christianne Amanpour stated that the President was received warmly:
Who says CNN’s coverage of President Donald Trump is exclusively negative and “fake news”?
CNN International host Christiane Amanpour appeared on AC360 Monday night and responded to guest host John Berman’s question about how Trump’s first day of visiting London was going.
Amanpour ostensibly raved about the visit telling Berman “To be the honest with you the day has gone so well for President Trump and his host here there seems to be absolutely no outward semblance of any discomfort or anything other than a really warm and highly well received in terms of who he met and the royal family visit so far.”
CNN airing such positive reviews of President Trump may come as a shock to Trump’s most loyal Twitter followers who read yesterday that, in the President’s esteem, there should be a boycott parent company AT&T because of CNN’s “fake news” coverage of his administration.
5:05 PM ET – Kayleigh McEnany, National Press Secretary for the Trump 2020 Campaign and Jeff Lord, author of, Swamp Wars: Donald Trump and the New American Populism vs. The Old Order, discuss the news that the left is hanging on to now that the Mueller narrative has fallen short. The desire to destroy the President and disparage Republicans is stronger than ever. With some in the house saying that impeachment proceedings are now underway, even Kanye West has said the bullying from the left against Republicans is not ok. Just this week President candidate Pete Buttigieg, a member of the tolerant left, was unable to name a single Republican he respects:
South Bend, Indiana mayor and 2020 Democratic hopeful Pete Buttigieg in an MSNBC town hall on Monday night was asked by “Hardball” host Chris Matthews to name “living Republicans” whom he “respects.”
Stumped by the question, Buttigieg replied, “Aw, I had such a great answer if it wasn’t living.”
“Abraham Lincoln, Teddy Roosevelt?” replied Matthews in jest.
“No, I’ve got a better one for ya,” said Buttigieg, smiling. “Wendell Wilkie.”
For those confused over who that is, like the audience was, Wendell Wilkie was a 1940 GOP presidential nominee from Indiana.
“He was from Indiana, he put country before party,” Buttigieg said. (h/t MRC)