Posted @withrepost • @wearebreitbart Chants of “build the wall” broke out at Tuesday’s rollout of the Donald J. Trump for President Latino Coalition event in Miami, Florida.
Vice President Mike Pence was headlining the launch of the Trump 2020 presidential campaign event when chanting broke out among what was described by New York Times Miami Bureau Chief Patricia Mazzei as a largely Cuban/Venezuelan/Nicaraguan American crowd, “Build the wall.” “We need four more years for President Donald Trump,” Pence said sparking the crowd to begin chanting those same words. It’s notable that Pence did this event in Miami on Tuesday because on Wednesday and Thursday in the same city the Democrat candidates for president will have their first debates in the same city. In addition to NBC and MSNBC hosting the debates, the Spanish language Telemundo is also co-hosting these first face offs among Democrats. Pence’s rollout of the Latino coalition for Trump comes as a prebuttal of sorts to the coming Democrat onslaught on the president in Miami later this week. “Chants of ‘Build the wall’ have broken out at Latinos for a trump event in Miami as Pence talks about border security,” Mazzei described.
Posted @withrepost • @foxbusiness BREAKING NEWS: First Lady Melania Trump announced in a tweet that her spokeswoman, Stephanie Grisham, will take over as White House press secretary, succeeding Sarah Sanders.
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The New York Post on Friday scrubbed its report on writer E. Jean Carroll’s 25-year-old sexual assault allegation against President Donald Trump at the order of its former editor-in-chief, according to a report.
The story, written by reporter Joe Tacopino, was removed from the Post’s website — allegedly at the behest of Col Allan, who currently serves as an adviser to the tabloid newspaper, CNN reports, citing unnamed sources. Allan is said to be a supporter of President Trump and an enforcer for 21st Century Fox founder Rupert Murdoch. The wire version of the story by the Associated Press was also reportedly deleted from the Post’s website.
Neither the Post nor Allan have commented publicly on the matter.