Microsoft may earn an Affiliate Commission if you purchase something through recommended links in this article. Rallied supporters at the Her Hotel as part of the Trump Campaign’s final push here in Nevada.
In a one-on-one interview Sunday afternoon, and he said Nevadans have a clear choice on Election Day, and that is his father, President Donald Trump. Before the interview, he held a “Make America Great Again” rally here at the Her Hotel.
That includes President Trump ’s handling of the economy and his foreign policy in the Middle East. The crowd at Sunday afternoon’s event also heard from other GOP candidates for office here in Nevada.
Everyone urged supporters to show up the polls this Tuesday, to vote for republicans up and down the ticket. Held a Las Vegas rally on Wednesday during which he lobbed one-liners at the news media, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden and other targets while sprinkling in the occasional campaign talking point for his father’s re-election bid.
The Commission on Presidential Debates, the Norwegian Nobel Committee and various Democratic leaders including Sen. Kamala Harris, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and former President Barack Obama were also the targets of one-liners and colorful language. He eventually veered toward the Trump administration’s record, saying it produced a record-level economy and steps toward peace in the Middle East and ending lengthy wars.
Trump is hosting a “Make America Great Again” rally at Civil Were on Judson Avenue in the east valley and is set to take the stage at 6:30 p.m. You can get tickets at this link. His father, President Trump, is planning a visit to Las Vegas on Sunday.
Donald Trump Jr spoke at fundraiser for Republican congressional candidate Showed support for businessman Danny Tasmanian who is running in Nevada His girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle also made a speech as the Las Vegas event Donald Trump Jr brought his girlfriend Kimberly Guilfoyle along to speak in support of a Republican congressional candidate on Thursday.
The President's son and his partner attended a fundraiser for businessman Danny Tasmanian, Republican candidate for Nevada Congressional District 3, in Las Vegas. Their appearance came in the wake of a flurry of tweets from Trump Jr, wherein he showed support for Brett Kavanaugh and attacked Dr Christine Balsa Ford during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
It’s nice to see a conservative man fight for his honor and his family against a 35-year-old claim with ZERO evidence and lots of holes that amounts to nothing more than a political hit job by the Dems. This saw a number of persons respond, and point out that Dr Ford had told the committee under oath that she had flown to Washington DC for the hearing.
Christine Balsa Ford testifies before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Capitol Hill in Washington Thursday Taking the stage in Las Vegas last night, Don Jr told the crowd they needed to vote for Tasmanian because 'all the winning that you are not sick of' is on the ballot in November.
His girlfriend, former Fox News host Kimberly, also spoke during the fundraiser, and accused the Democrats of trying to 'keep putting money back in the swamp.' AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin President Donald Trump's eldest son, Donald Trump Jr., on Saturday, complained about his father's being banned on Twitter, inviting his followers to sign up for his email blasts in case Twitter were to ban him, too.
For the vast majority of his presidency, Twitter allowed Trump to remain on the platform due to the newsworthiness of his posts, but he was banned Friday after his followers' deadly attack on the US Capitol on Wednesday. Donald Trump., the eldest son of President Donald Trump, on Saturday took to Twitter to rebuke his father's permanent ban from the platform.
His comments Saturday echo those he made Friday, in which he said freedom of speech “no longer exists in America. The ban followed Wednesday's deadly insurrection at the US Capitol where supporters of the president stormed the building while lawmakers were meeting to discuss the certification of the Electoral College vote.
Twitter had initially suspended the president's account for 12 hours but warned it could take further action should he continue to violate its policies on civic integrity and making violent threats. Democrats have also taken issue with the law, as Insider previously reported, as they believe it affords tech giants like Google, Twitter, and Facebook, too great of protections from the content hosted on their platforms.
In the wake of this week's insurrection at the Capitol, a growing number of conservatives have announced they're jumping ship to Parker, the platform that has been called a right-wing alternative to Twitter, either protesting the president's ban or fearing they'll to be barred from the social network. Gab, a platform with similar right-wing ties, has also attempted to court users angered by Twitter's decision to remove the president.
Donald Trump, Jr., (R) his wife Vanessa (L) and their daughter Kai (C) attend the White House senior staff swearing in at the White House on January 22, 2017, in Washington, DC. Along with his wife Vanessa Trump, attend the evening session on the fourth day of the Republican National Convention on July 21, 2016, at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump received the number of votes needed to secure the party's nomination. An estimated 50,000 people are expected in Cleveland, including hundreds of protesters and members of the media.
Donald Trump., left, and Vanessa Trump arrive for the White House Correspondents' Association (HCA) dinner in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Saturday, April 30, 2016. The 102nd HCA raises money for scholarships and honors the recipients of the organization's journalism awards.
And wife Vanessa Trump attend the 2007 Angel Ball presented by the Gap Foundation at the Marriott Marquis on October 29, 2007, in New York City. Attend the 68th Annual American Ballet Theater Spring Gala at the Metropolitan Opera House on May 19, 2008, in New York City.
And Vanessa Hayden attend The Smile Collection Couture Event at Waterfront NY on May 19, 2005, in New York City. During Operation Smile's Smile Collection 2004 Couture Event at Whitney Museum's Robert J. Hurst Family Gallery in New York City, NY, United States.