7/12/18, 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:
- The lying, dying Fake News outlets chastised President Trump for his decorum while meeting with NATO allies. However, after the President demanded other countries had to step up their efforts, NATO leaders did agree to boost defense spending.
- The unhinged left has found their smoking gun to derail the Brett Kavanaugh SCOTUS nomination — he once racked up some credit card debt. Did the debt come from gambling, drugs or prostitution? No, it was from buying baseball tickets. Oh, and for the record, he quickly paid off the debt.
- Meanwhile, NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo mad us even more thankful for Gov. Paula LePage, when Cuomo said he would sue SCOTUS if they move to reverse Roe vs. Wade. Of course, there’s a flaw in Cuomo’s plan. He’s a sitting governor who can’t see a flaw that’s so obvious; we’re just going to assume our readers see what it is.
- Porn Star and professional liar, Stormy Daniels has been arrested at a strip club in Ohio for allegedly allowing a customer to motorboat her. Ohio law doesn’t allow touching at strip clubs.
- U.S. House Democrats have crafted legislation to abolish all immigration enforcement in America. House Republicans are excited to allow the bill to go up for a vote and have Democrats in competitive districts vote in favor of open borders.
- In contrast, Rep. Diane Black (R-TN) has introduced zero-tolerance legislation on illegal immigration. The bill would make crossing the U.S. border illegally a federal offense, as well as mandate E-Verify for American employers.
- Attorney General Jeff Sessions will be in Portland Friday discussing the opioid crisis with law enforcement officials. New England and Maine have been hit particularly hard by opioid abuse. It would be great to hear solutions that don’t involve legalizing drugs, government-funded drugs, government-assisted drug use, etc. This is another story we will have more details on in our next edition of the Maine Event.
- Rep. Bruce Poliquin will serve on a committee to iron out differences between the House and Senate on the 2019 Defense Spending Bill.
- Trump-hating FBI Agent, Peter Strzok testified before Congress Thursday that there was no bias in his investigation into the Trump campaign. Of course, this flies in the face of text messages between Strrzok and another agent discussing how they would prevent a Trump presidency.