6/28/18, Maine First Media Staff Report,
All aboard the Trump Train Express!
This feature is for those of you who need your news on the go.
Here’s your quick take on some of the biggest recent stories involving our President, Donald J. Trump and national political news:
- Justice Anthony Kennedy has sent his retirement notice from SCOTUS. President Donald Trump’s 2nd High Court nomination can be a conservative-populist replacing the Court’s swing vote! This is an opportunity to have a long-term 5-4 edge on the Court. And Ginsberg could retire in the President’s first term, which could potentially lead to a 6-3 advantage on the bench! Kennedy’s replacement is said to come from this list of 25 potential nominees.
SCOTUS on Tuesday upheld President Trump’s needed travel ban affecting several mostly Muslim countries. This serves as somewhat of an endorsement of the President’s executive authority on immigration. The 5-4 ruling marks the first major high court decision on a Trump administration policy.
After Rep. Mad Maxine Waters told her supporters to harass Trump officials, The Department of Homeland Security is warning employees to stay on alert after a senior official found a burned animal carcass at his Washington residence.
A new poll from CBS finds nearly 80% of Americans want illegal immigrant families either detained or deported. A far cry from what the past couple weeks of open-borders media coverage would have you believe.
- After the height of the Fake News outcry over illegals supposedly being separated from their children, the Democrat advantage in the generic congressional ballot is DOWN to four-points. Note to Democrats, keep being the party of open-borders and unchecked crime, see how that helps your “blue wave.” Red Wave Rising!
- You will not believe this ad from the GOP…and it’s about time! Showing the Left for how unhinged they truly are. This is a must-watch!
- Meanwhile, President Trump has announced a full-court press for tougher immigration laws and generous wall funding this summer as Capitol Hill braces for a budget battle in September
- In other SCOTUS news, the Highest Court has ruled government-sector unions can no longer force workers to pay union dues as a condition of employment. This is a giant victory for American workers and a huge blow for Democrat candidates who rely on government-sector union campaign contributions to win elections — which is most of them.