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Mike Pence Brings Good News on Coronavirus Battle


Townhall Review – May 9, 2020

Sebastian Gorka talks with historian Victor Davis Hanson about the stunning revelation that the FBI targeted then National Security Advisor Michael Flynn, another dark cloud over the Russia collusion hoax.

Hugh Hewitt and Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway question the integrity of the FBI on the Michael Flynn issue.

Hugh Hewitt talks with Vice President Mike Pence about the progress made in the fight against COVID-19.

Dennis Prager talks with Bron Scherer, founder and CEO of Protein Sources, about the ramifications of the shut down of several meat packing plants.

Larry Elder looks at the latest on Tara Reade’s allegation of sexual misconduct against the Democrat’s presumptive nominee, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Mike Gallagher talks about what happened when a Texas hair salon owner kept her salon open, against orders to close, so her employees could earn money to feed their families.

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Lanhee Chen: Paul Ryan One of the Conservative Movement’s Most Articulate and Thoughtful Leaders


Paul Ryan has announced that he won’t be running for reelection again this fall.

He was first elected to Congress in 1998 and during his 20 years there, has served the citizens of the First District of Wisconsin well. Even as he rose to become one of the most powerful elected leaders in the country Paul remained a humble man who is, above all, a devoted husband and father.

History will remember Paul Ryan for being one of the conservative movement’s most articulate and thoughtful leaders.  He fought for important ideas like a balanced budget, reform of our tax code and entitlement reform.

But I will remember Paul Ryan as so much more.  I had the privilege and honor to work with him when he was the GOP’s nominee for Vice President in 2012.  There is almost no one in public life whom I respect and admire more.

He will be missed.

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Hugh Hewitt: Pompeo Nomination is Good News for State Department


On my first show for MSNBC last June, I sat down with CIA Director Mike Pompeo, now President Trump’s nominee for secretary of state. A quick read of the transcript will reassure any fair-minded person that a much-needed infusion of talent and presidential trust is on the way.

First in his class at West Point and an editor of the Harvard Law Review, Pompeo got key experience in the ways of the Washington swamp at the law firm Williams & Connolly before going as far as possible from it to Wichita to launch a successful career in business and then Congress.

Most importantly, Pompeo agrees with Trump’s priorities and understands that his job is to serve Trump’s agenda, not create one of his own. Like George Shultz with President Reagan and Henry Kissinger with President Nixon, the boss needs a trusted right arm, not a distant figure of uncertain commitment to core presidential goals.

Good news Pompeo at State!

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