Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie were Donald Trump’s Campaign Manager and Deputy Campaign Manager during the 2016 presidential campaign. And now these former Trump advisers — neither of whom have worked in the White House — have published a new book that contains bombshell allegations about members of the Trump administration.
Peter Stzok caused to applause to break out during a hearing on his texts sent during the 2016 election when he ripped apart Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC) and Trump's FBI conspiracy theory.
Nicolle Wallace laid to waste the idea that the FBI informant on the Trump campaign was part of a "deep state conspiracy" with a single fact.
The chairman of Sinclair Broadcast Group (Sinclair) met with Donald Trump after he secured the GOP presidential nomination in 2016 and told him, “We are here to deliver your message.”
David Smith told The Guardian the meeting took place in Trump Tower and was arranged by Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson. “I asked [Trump], ‘Would you like us to embed with you during your campaign?’” Smith said in the interview.
Over the weekend we reported that Sinclair Broadcasting Group (Sinclair) was forcing its news anchors to read scripts that were nothing more than pro-Trump and pro-Russian propaganda pieces. The pre-written scripts talked about Trump’s favorite conspiracy theories: “fake news” and the “Deep State.”
The United States’ largest owner of television stations, Sinclair Broadcasting, is now forcing each of its local new stations to run a news segment that was created by a former reporter for RT, the Russian propaganda outlet, according to a report in Newsweek Magazine.