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CPAC: Who Is the Future of Conservatism?

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March 1, 2021 12:00 pm

CPAC: Who Is the Future of Conservatism?

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We give our analysis of CPAP. What is the future of the conservative movement will lead and what policies will dominate when hear from you as well document live from Washington DC. Phone lines are questions right now we are to cause that love to hear from a lot of your 100-8312 that's what 160 110 because you heard Rob Republican leaders for former Pres. Donald Trump's first major speech since leaving office. You heard from future leaders. Current leaders also, the Republican Party conservative movement were American first. Proponents are very old by Pompeo and Rick Rundell giving major dresses at sea pack will plagued soundbites of them ever present Trump.

We also got the CPAP poll results. It was interesting to see Douglas. This was CPAP held in Florida so I said if the primary were held today, who would you vote for if Donald Trump was it. It he got 55% of those who participate in the poll, Rod DeSantis's home state got 21% that I think Roger Santos, a great governor and a potential candidate if Donald Trump doesn't run for office in 2024. But what it shows it even in your home state would see practice how your home state. Donald Trump is dominating you by 30+ points and that's not to say that there actually running against each other and I think that this was held back in Northern Virginia, Rod DeSantis doesn't get the 21 points. What was more interesting to me was the support for present Trump's policies so we say where is the party going in the present made clear.

Let's play that soundbite. He is not going to be splitting up the Republican Party's got no intention of doing that. Ed, let's take a listen to.

You heard it loud and clear were not starting new party and other Saying he's going to start a brand-new party.

We have the Republican Party, for I am not starting a new that was fake news started party divided Rob so what we see is 97% of people approve and 87% strongly of the job the Donald Trump that is present.

This is again after his left office after a controversial election defeat when people were cut it down on everything and so what you see there is that whoever becomes the nominee in 2024. It's America first. As of now, that is the movement that is taking the Republican Party over the populace move at the movie that's brought in the working class. Thankfully. Finally, they've the message has resonated board by Doherty's groups. You get to the party and that's very key to 2022. I think most of present Trump what he was doing was resetting the stage kind of for what the policies that were so popular under his administration were and why 2022. Candidates need to be running on those yes of course he's unhappy with some of his house and city Republicans of the voted to impeach him he David B said he was to run it. Support primary challenges against them.

I think that's fine for him to say I think they were out allied to do that because it was an unconstitutional impeachment to begin with. But second he is really looking towards helping the party build it 2022. He's not just get up way back and see how things go.

I think that's could be the big test for what how he decides what to do in 2024. But it's clear he is still the leader of the party. Right now it is clear that the America first. Today I betake us this is how Rick Rundell are our senior advisor also. That left a plate we come back a plate how Rick Rundell and by Pompeo. Both talked about the American first agenda as being so key, so key, so what are your thoughts 100 684 31 two that's what hundred 64 3110.

Today is March 1. This is the first matching challenge month of the year. What is that mean whatever you're able to donate to the ACLJ is effectively double you double your impact your donation online today@aclj.org and you know we've expanded with these leaders being senior advisors to us now like back Pompeo for Secretary of State. Like recruit L4 acting director of national intelligence because of your financial support of the ACLJ we could do that double your impact. Donate today ACLJ.org the American Center for Law and Justice were engaged in critical issues at home and abroad. Whether it's defending religious freedom. Protecting those who are persecuted for their faith. Uncovering corruption in the Washington bureaucracy and fighting to protect life in the courts and in Congress ACLJ would not be able to do any of this without your support for that. We are grateful. Now there's an opportunity for you to help in any way for limited time you can participate in the ACLJ's matching challenge for every dollar you donate $10 gift becomes 20 oh $50 gift becomes 100. This is a critical time for the ACLJ the work we simply would not occur without your generous take part in our matching challenge make a difference in protecting the constitutional and religious freedoms most important to you. You forgive today online ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life, we've created a free and powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn, called mission will show you how you are personally and publication includes a look at all major ACLJ cases were fighting for the rights of pro-life activist the ramifications of Roe V Wade, 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the ministry and what Obama care means to the pro-life in many ways your membership in the ACLJ is empowering the right question for mission life today online ACL data/secular. We are taking 100 68 3110 so the first question we ask is one of the policies that are to be driving the conservative movement forward. I think present Trump laid them out, and I think he was right because 97% of the people to the seatback approve of the job that he did so for conservatives who drive the primary wizards who kinda determine who the nominees will be is a vote in primaries. They want to see the similar America first agenda policies keep going. This is what Rick Rundell, senior advisor to the ACLJ he gave a major speech to seatback the cell. He opened his speech by one doctrine of America first is here to stay, but he tried. He also went on to say how you can undo America first so easily enforced her four years as President, you provide to close the bite to everything and even in the first month of a new administration America first elect oral popularity and strategic accomplishments ensure that it no longer belongs to a single party or politician by successfully realigning US foreign policy with the interests of the American people America first is now positioned to guide our country through the trials and tribulations of the next generation. So there you go right there and you talked about again this idea that you not just give you put America first to the side now by Pompeo, also a senior advisor to the Americas or flawed justice.

A very similar message. We talked about when he opened up his statements to see if it limits the risks if I've got this right here yet by 26 so again you got to see different present Trump you hear from some of his closest advisors. As former Secretary of State is for acting director intelligence, you know, these are two people very close to present Trump. They continue that close relationship as do we, as attorneys for the President should take a listen to by Pompeo for Secretary of State and Senior advisor to the ACLJ America) it's right for each of us America for secure freedom in the entire world benefits when America's perilous and bold straw and all the speakers to hear much of our policy to first Harry each of them they laid out. They went through what America first bit, and for for recruit out what is America first recommitment punching through the bureaucracy and he talked about that we have that separate but we talked about that we ended by Pompeo talk at America first all those foreign policy achievements that we were told by the bureaucracy. You can't do by Republicans and Democrats. They both had that message that this is about Republicans DC or Democrats to DC, its insiders versus outsiders outside the insiders may have bested us to the last election for President because of laws that were changed not through what state legislatures but by courts and by local governments, which is against the state laws it in their states and usually their state constitutions were bested at that level. But the movement continues and the movement is that inside of her's outsider, not just as vital since Republican it's it's it's the it's the conservative movement, which is still an outsider movement but it's grade it's gained significant strength where it now runs the Republican Party.

I think that's precisely correct. I think your analysis is spot on. So insiders who are committed to globalism there committed to the picture elation of American interest to foreign interests.

Their influence with in the Republican Party within the conservative movement has shrunk and I think that is a permanent and a welcome move. I also think it's clear beyond question that Pres. prompts initiatives with respect to supporting Israel will continue within the conservative movement, despite the elites and their craven capitulation which is ongoing as we speak to all Iran and the Iranian interest. Also, I think you are absolutely correct to say that the conservative movement is now centered around advancing the interests of working class Americans as opposed to the interests of the elites in Washington and in California and in New York City and that was one of the primary drivers of the opposition toward Pres. Trump he energized working class Americans to fight for their interests rather than allowing their interest to be permanently support subordinated to the interest of the elites Robert Scott and for Marilyn online. What hey Robert, welcome to secular you're on the air yelled hi, Gordon requested the Pres. Trump would you believe, with some of the major and clockmaker prominent leaders within the conservative movement what the policy of the conservative movement have to promote and advance in order to help promote the nation's TV looks to seatback Paul and Abba Sirota disinterested very well, but he also is a governor for the big states of the country, so he is a rising star and I think that he will go see him more and more specially what's covert is over, I think, to see how economically diverse Florida is how and how it's bro bringing in new people constantly so the states is always growing.

The the cost. The cost of a there's different kinds of cost-of-living different kinds of errors you can move to a more expensive, less expensive but constantly your skylight prices are rising. That's it. That's usually good thing communities with the prices going up, people still moving there to escape liberal states and it's becoming more of a red state that it was even you know, eight years ago, like Ohio's recovery will read as well. So I said I think Roger Santos obviously Christie don't from South Dakota is making a much bigger ego impact at the post covert and Ed because of covert how the state handled and that's a smaller state, but she got a lot of attention since you estimate from Congress to governor and so certainly as for big governor a lot more to chew. But then you look at a couple of our senior advisors Rick Rundell and Mike Pompeo getting some of the biggest applause and he by Pompeo right up there actually tied with people like Ted Cruz whose run for President before a red Paul was run for President before in that seatback poll by Pompeo's right up there and Rick Rundell. I think those kind of leaders. Those currently or specifically are the ones who are say.

Nikki Haley also but she's had some skirmishes with the President, but she still I think believes that America first agenda and the policies of the present what we saw in all the polling that came out this week and Robert go around the room. Dad at you as it present Trump's policies.

The way he ran the US government. Conservatives want more of the policy issue.

I think it was clear that the President and was at 90 to 93% of those polled were very pleased with the policy direction of the country during the Trump administration. The split if you will come when you start looking at what is the who you want to be the torchbearer, and an amount when it was a little bit more diverse and not surprisingly, but I think the names you mentioned are likely people that if they were to run would be very capable of running successfully for President of the United States, and the question is, if present, Trump is in the mix, and he decides I think they've all concluded by secluded if you're at 55% now and you're just that was your first speech back and you start to get kind of taking the reins back over as the leader of this movement, which is the most popular policy initiatives.

It's pretty tough ready those people to Medicare paid seriously. Take a bod since most of them actually all of them would be running on the same message. So why would you go. The guy created if he decides to run that what I can know that for couple years and I think what was good for present Trump speech is that he went right to the heart of 2022 as well and it was it was a wild guess he wanted to air some of his grievances because he has that opportunity been shut off all yearly social media outlets, and I understand why you are the heirs of his grievances and call for more ballot security election security ethic. The artsy just launched a new you. Don't you think that's outside the mainstream in the mainstream media hits about that, but the artsy just launched a new election security initiative and so let's let's here for the present on this at seatback where the struggle for the survival of America as we know this is a struggle. This is a terrible, terrible, painful struggle. The path ahead will not be easy but we will win. We are going to win. Ultimately, we always went shopping there you go, it's it's looking first toward the midterm elections, and I thought I thought I thin that's what we saw.

That's where present Trump to be most helpful for the house of the Senate. Kevin McCarthy was said he would bend his own personal house that'll take back the House of Representatives conservatives would be so certainly really excited to see this. That's also big test for the party.

It's a huge test for the party and for the American first agenda to continue moving forward into 2024. If they take back the house they take back the Senate on Roddy that is silly with present Trump running on the policies of Pres. Trump. If they take back the house. The Senate, the new kit that that that is clear where the Republican Party move. That is, to the party of make America great again America first Jan I think they have a great chance to do that during especially if they run on the policies of the base is been very clear about they want individual liberty.

They want DC to be diminished in their lives.

I think that's especially true after covert and Jordan, I think the straw poll the leaders of Pres. Trump Rhonda Santos Christie know my thinking drives that that point home. The other point I'd make politically Jordan with this at this is always this discussion about primaries always happens at this stage of the cycle and quite frankly I can be good for a party afterwards.

Of course, you gotta come together and when elections it's very clear the policies he saw the last four years.

Those are the winning policies in 2022 and in 2024. Two of them made the three speakers at C Packard at special visors to the ACLJ1 of the biggest speaker at the end of the conference is one of our clients are at a private law firm. So again just to ignore impact folks at seatback even if it speaks for itself for matching challenge, but just begun building a W Patrick donation only when a society can agree that the most vulnerable.

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They were just coming out of C packet Tennessee.

This those grassroots movement. It's a different seatback house is a lot less people because a coven. They were able to find a location for the duct hosted which is good for match letter glad they're able to do that and have the present give him that opportunity to make another really address the nation and he it's unusual both former Presidents art so active that he has pledged to take an active role to help Republican Party in the midterm elections.

I did the big question now is that is that the people what they want to be involved. They understand that it's do they really wanted to start think about building apparatus again to run for President or they looking for someone new to carry on that mantle. I think that is an open question. I think the results of the seatback pole which is small. I like there are people think. I mean, you want what you think should be the torchbearer for the next run and was very, very early, 800-684-3110 you can give us a call one 800-6431 10, but I think the key to anybody's success. Here is what can happen. Harry and the midterm elections. The conservatives if Republicans can get back the house and the Senate will then the message is a resounding message and it probably would increase depending on health and everything else of the President's ability and desire to run the house and the Senate stay in democratic control. I think it's a very different case. I think that is correct and soon the key issues there is whether or not the Republicans can unify behind a coherent and consistent message. I also think the key there is can the Republicans when they run for the House and the Senate attract the support of working-class voters now to be clear, the Biden administration is doing its best to encourage working-class voters to support Republicans because essentially the Biden administration, particularly in the arena of energy policy is throwing American workers out of work and so the Biden administration continues to push an agenda which diminishes the importance of fossil fuels when fossil fuels are to use upon have fueled some of America's recovery and so I think it's very very important for Republicans in the house and Senate in the next two years to garner a populace support. I wanted as you destroyed because you have done and then to because you both done campaigns so it's just really we just finished one up yet. The truth is, the house campaigns.

Garnet have really really happy up the house campaigns they never really stopped because there really there running every other year. So they're having to constantly raise body consciously prepare for the next race is the house. They'll get it of these two-year terms. Senate races you know that it's it's about 30 it's always about thirtyish there up and then you have a number which you kind of just Artie cut across on the list. This is going to regret this will Republican you look at open seats and swing states of the looking at it out seats that are in play. If you will.

Those are Artie started to show it it it it there only a couple of years away, so it's not like there just get a start thinking about it, there started to make their Artie declared candidacy getting George's back and play. It's interesting were not getting a clear I've got a clear but we saw David perdue say he's not around again. I thought that was interesting. Kelly Loeffler has not said she won't run again at and fan. Has anyone else kind of Doug Collins is not set.

If it like he's got a run doesn't sound like that because he would be starting now.

We don't know in Georgia yet who is going to take all necessarily Raffaella Warnock easily got two years of a special election. That's what every bile be looking at. Obviously, yet we don't know yet. Jordan look at me and those of the questions are to have to be answered very early in the cycle let you know I having spent some time in the House of Representatives, you're absolutely right that those campaigns literally never shut down your always running for reelection.

But in the case of Sen. Warnock coming he was elected to two-year terms of he's essentially on the high house cycle as well and and honestly your name and that this whole discussion yet we talk about primaries being healthy and about them being natural when you're talking about, 20, 22, though these kind of early decisions and then rallying behind whoever that candidate will be of those are very important and look at it is can it take to some extent it's gonna take a big tent. There does not want your candidate who can win in one part of the country can't win in another part of the country and so this is the part of that cycle where you start fleshing out who the candidates will be and there's probably no greater impact in who wins the election and who the on who the nominee is yes. Ultimately these endorsement submitting a trump endorsement they matter primaries yet, but we get to the general. When you get to the general got a have a great candidate, especially in states window to be very tight.

It comes down to their personality and likability, their ability to get their message out what their message is their background.

All of that comes together into making a good candidate for the right state of your time at the Senate for the right community when you're talking about the house and the house I think is an easy always easier task. 35 but I vote the house each guest list.

Always the Senate is way different is River Warnock would have a how he has two years we will get two years to raise for a statewide election while his other people that have been thinking about running for Senate races over the past few years have got pack set up they actually are running their just run to get a different way there putting money together is having to clear their candidacy because you got a run statewide so II think a good guts. If she calls realistic was that 164 3110 Lucan Montana online to hey Luke, I would like to run this out in the next Presidential election. See brother All the way to sit is has a very bright and long future in the Republican Party using heat was. I don't know if he still is today.

What is elected he was the youngest governor in history and he's not just the youngest governor is to discover the top four state when it comes to population that was hit with covert hard to tell with a different way that the left nearly states like the other big states like California and New York and it was done much better. The covert distro and also the, the, the distribution of the vaccine. Much milder soda from from personal expense. What my friends is a Democrat elected official. There was chosen to be their emergency management director and he was a Democrat.

So he reached across the aisle to put the best people in place to get things done, but still maintained America first of had a Florida first policy, and so I think he's a rising star. The question is the big question is this. If Donald Trump doesn't run. I think he will have to make that decision. Does he want to choose one of these individuals or to seek kind of like all you know he is very close with couple of our advisors. Pompeo now and I'm very close. The Sanchez choice he get a choosers to get it to stand back and say listen.

They're all great but the but that's it.

That's if he decides not to run.

Yet he does decide to run.

I think that Rob is right that others probably have no chance of a gun to their primary think that's right. If not, if not if 95's of the voters want the America first agenda.

But then again what they know that for couple years we come back from break out when asked Perry Hutchison this question we come back for the second half hour deal get the flowers broadcast you can get in on on Facebook on YouTube on ACLJ.org periscope Sirius XM and a lot of stations as well. But Harry, I think the question I want to focus on when we come back as all of this is great but it's also going to be depend on how the bind administration is doing because how you are so politically successful or not, and we don't wish ill for the country.

We want the country to succeed is to be which direction they're taking it and declare what direction they want to go it.

The question is can I get a fair right means you won't come back with him at the covert release is still a mess and got Ron Clay this the Chief of Staff to the present. Tell everybody this the most aggressive piece of legislation ever will. There goes any bipartisan support.

Right there.

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It was MCC Peck was held order.

He got a lot of support for potential Presidential run.

It was the second-highest of a high present trump, but he had this to say, and I think this is. This drives why were here for people in Florida for scholars living in Montana who like Roger states because he gets a lot of attention is for the big state that handled coping differently that handled it differently than New York and California and heat dependent well, listen to by 45 for those of you are from Florida. Welcome to ROA is freedom we are and it was an oasis of freedom in the nation that suffering in many parts of the country under the yoke of oppressive lockdowns. We look around and other parts of our country and far too many places we see schools close business is shattered and lives destroyed and while so many governors over the last year that Locking people down Florida lifted people to hear it I think is a critical and a very important statement so that and I will tell you this, the distribution of the vaccine Princeton from Florida. I think it's been the best in any place in the country.

Not even close. It's been very, very impressive, but Harry here 20 comes down to what would Rhonda Santos.

We was using code is an example, but this is really a policy issue. It's the policies that Rhonda Santos adopted in Calais and Florida that are different than these other states. So this will be an election or a midterms on policy will not personality because of so many different people running. I think that's true Rhonda Santos.

Unlike Gavin Newsom in California for instance or Andrew Cuomo in New York trust the American people and he has argued quite succinctly that if you trust the American people. If you give them the requisite level of information you can maintain liberty and that is one of the things that has been missing throughout this entire pandemic as left-wing governors have used the panel pandemic to grab more and more power.

In addition, we now have a situation involving Pres. Biden and his ability or inability, as we shall see to pass a so-called coded relief bill. I think if you actually look at the details.

For instance of that bill, it does not advance quote unquote coded relief. It advances special interest relief and so there's an emerging split within the Democratic Party between the left-wing progressives in the so-called mainstream errors, which might include Joan a mansion. For instance, surrounding the minimum wage surrounding whether or not to pack within a coded relief bill. A pro-abortion Pro Ajanta eugenics agenda and I think it will be interesting to see what actually happens as this goes forward, but clearly in the House of Representatives. The left-wingers are in charge and we shall see what will happen in the United States Senate, gutting the tester. Like you said is in the midterms at the house comes back to the Democrats and Republicans and the Senate puts back to the Republicans when I think for present trump and for others it's a different it's a different pathway. If it does not then you gotta reevaluate what's going on here Joe's be reevaluating, but I think that's where the policies are to make a big difference in foreign policy, ethics, and become a big part of this. That's why we beat up our policy team here at the ACLJ as you know we have just brought on the former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo as our senior counsel for global affairs. We previously brought on back in the latter part of last year, Amb. Rick Grenell, former acting director of national intelligence to be our senior advisor on international matters as well as national intelligence, we are expanding the work of the ACLJ and continuing to do that we will be announcing some new hires in the next coming days. We're matching challenge campaign. We do these, but for five times a year. This is one of them good ACLJ.org in any amount you donate.

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This is a critical time for the ACLJ. The work we simply would not occur without your generous take part in our matching challenge today make a difference in protecting the constitutional and religious freedoms most important to you beautiful gift today online ACLJ only one. A society can agree that the most vulnerable invoice is, is there any hope for that culture to survive. And that's exactly what you are saying when you stand with the American Center for Law and Justice, defendant the right to life, we've created a free powerful publication offering a panoramic view of the ACLJ's battle for the unborn Gold edition will show you how you are personally and publication includes a look at all major ACLJ Jesus were fighting for the rights of pro-life activist ramifications 40 years later Planned Parenthood's role in the abortion industry and what Obama care means to discover the many ways your membership in the ACLJ is empowering the right to question your free copy of mission life today online ACL data/secular covert relief them with gifts of your calls but this soundbite from Pres. Pres. Biden's Chief of Staff. I think it tells you all you need to know about this current package and why it's not getting bipartisan support. Why even the moderate Republicans are are saying this is not something I can really support. They let us know. It was Ron played is the Biden Chief of Staff. The White House is talking to George read on MSNBC this now. He describes the question what the covert bill really is by 39 how satisfied I is the White House that the pace of now in her legislation and denominations and everything getting look. We are hopefully just weeks away from final passage of the most progressive domestic legislation in a generation, so most progressive domestic legislation in a generation fan.

Not a lot of moderate Republicans are to get on board with the most progressive piece of domestic legislation in a generation. It's not a way to sell it to the American people. It's not unifying to say were doing this as progressives really keeping the $50 minimum wage maybe will fire the city parliamentarian will have Kemal Harris overrule her or get rid of the filibuster to rally her career bureaucrats right exact elected right during the campaign promises for targeted and speedy relief to the American people who needed it. If that would've been what they tried to accomplish.

It would've been done a month ago. I just kinda paint the opposite picture last year Jordan.

There were five of us agree that we lost a lot lately. I get will reconnect with that comes into the trunk and follow up on things and I think it's I think it's important that you be looking at the situation when that when they used to take her most progressive domestic legislation in a generation.

I want you to think about what were talking about were talking about a covert relief package that was supposed to aid people in the United States that are in need Harry and businesses. Instead, there's they have done exactly what they said they would do. They turned a bill that should've been bipartisan covert relief into the heart of sin progressive their words domestic legislation in the most progressive government domestic legislation in a generation, a covert relief plan. So I think the real question is where is the targeted relief for American people. Where is the targeted relief for workers who are hurting the Biden administration maintains that the so-called covert bill is the most progressive legislation in US history, reality is quite different. This bill is chock-full of special interest benefits, including a New York State bridge favored by Senate Majority Leader Schumer.

It also funds abortion.

The national education Association, which consistently fights efforts to open schools throughout the United States. The bill contains environmental subsidies on food stamps and get funds of the national endowment for the arts. Now some of those things may indeed have a legitimate basis, but not with enough covert relief bill and so if you look at the covert bill rigorously up and come clear beyond question that it advances left-wing priorities that advance human subordination, including the left wing green to advanced eugenics. Eugenics programs favored by Margaret Sanger. So I think the American people should ask this question. Where is the targeted relief, as opposed to where our special interest relief programs so that where is it. It's not in your day. I made this a small version they could've passed weeks ago and just as as we got disconnected there. I started a layout.

There were five of these bills that passed in the last Congress J all five of them had sweeping, bipartisan report of support. Get this, not a single one of them.

J had less than 90 votes in the United States Senate. So if Democrats want to come out and say that we can't get Republicans to support targeted covert relief.

Other their denying history because there were five bills in the past with wide bipartisan support. The truth is, this is about 30% covert relief and about 70% of veritable wish list. That's why they're going to budget reconciliation. That's why it's going to be completely partisan anger and quite frankly it's why not a single Republican J even the ones that know that we need targeted support are targeted relief, not a single Republican should support this bill to go to the photos, one 800 684 31 tendance 100-684-3110 people at home on the line was cut a deal on us if Washington state sorted and did not speak at SeaTac but is still considered a contender and our former ambassador to the UAD unwelcome to secular euros a year alone we are not the best way to travel and I hope it went well. Thanks for all you do. Yeah, I haven't heard of Nikki Haley, your work, she might be doing. So my question is basically down the road there will my my personal thinking be an excellent VP candidate but I wanted to get you guys take on the run, no doubt about it. She setting up the taxi setting up the organizational events she's kind of different.

She's trying to say listen, I'm I'm one of those people that agree with 95% of the CPAP people that agree with the at the truck policies but I don't think it should be present. Trunk I think should be so would do so she's gonna try. I think she should try to make a run, even if Donald Trump runs we were talking about four years out but but but that's kind of what I see her, setting up and she's doing a bit since he started to reach out to people. So I mean I know in about in Iran may this event we may attend that that that that where she started. Duties at smaller groups, such as a covert talk to people.

That's how people who are trying to say you know what I back in a just follow what truck does. I've got to do where I am in life right now and that they beat Dion in the opposite VP pick. But ultimately the VP picks are usually people who wrote strong campaigns for President. The just don't quite get there, not always but but it will be itching to see how those kind of people they were very much Trump supported an end that you know that some of them the January sick stuff upset them, but also it will see they are running I think. But regardless, if you wrote that. Here's the interesting aspect of who is not money right now at least there was a lot of talk initially. That was before five senators running and moderates.

Yeah, and that appears to not be the case. That's because bit Robbie who is the most recent nominee of the present tribe.

I said, there's the you can't beat him and you really can't beat the ideology.

So if you are his small part of the party which I guess is the one person he used to joke about the Ted Cruz and and Josh ha ha I know, I think Holly is no right now. I think Ted Cruz, Tom cotton, Tom cotton, yes, but all of the including Arnold Mike Pompeo I meet at Avery Cornell thought about it I mean I don't know if you think about that for this next term, but it beats very tough for them. If Donald trumps it yet and I don't think they could really think it's certainly apparatuses but they can't launch until they get a clearance for Bob trumpet they're going to with plenty of time. The difference will be, as we have some out there like Nikki Haley were popular argued calls about it from Mario for guardianship who are setting up and they're saying like I brought out basically not say I write a gap but they're not going to be so hold to what present from us so we can here's former Secretary of State.

You have to be to extend sure but I think what you can see in the days, weeks, months ahead is to be that the kind of what that what the party starts looking like what the players in the start looking like so we want to know from you at 800-684-3110. What you're looking for policy wise. I think everybody concerns like the policies of the present the questions going to be who is the best torchbearer going forward to Harry go back to this, the midterms will have a lot to say about that.

I think that is true, I also think are some of the potential Presidential candidates. They may decide to participate. That is campaign and support certain Republican candidates in the midterms and the question will be how efficacious they are in terms of advancing the Republican agenda right now other than Pres. Tromp.

I don't think there is yet a clear alternative and a lot will depend on whether or not he decides to run again, but certainly in terms of individuals that are well positioned to make a run and should he decide not to. I would certainly include Mike Pompeo among the front runners looking at the questions that were negative in the next segment of the broadcast. It's very, very telling and very interesting on how people are perceiving this.

I should've supported Pres. Tromp wholeheartedly.

It would've liked to see a secretary from present trumpet basic you don't pay for your should now maybe this should be ever working a lot at you. We have got a lot of phone calls is, it should definitely be Trump hundred percent. I've not seen a lot of think maybe one up there but but is still is still not like St. has to be are not behind the partied up our audience is I think a more traditional conservative votes of they're not there more tied to the policies of the R person even though he but he was very much the torchbearer of these policies and kind of knew that at brought them forward so it's interesting to see that it 100 684 31 today. Don't be afraid just because we represent the President of legal capacity to talk about other names politically present. This is really cut time at who you think should be the torchbearer out there consistently for Republicans putting for that America first message which is so popular.

Who should it be or who should that group include one 800 684 31 today.

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Never time to think both these bites from Sec. Pompeo would record all talked about it but that there continue to be delivered to the American people to understand the different Center for policy approaches between the left and the right. Listen Sec. Pompeo talk about Jerusalem by 29 at sea pack can't move the United States Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, the war, and there was not a state issue by 31. We were told this was believed for a lot of things that you can't secure peace in the region in the Middle East between Arab nations and Israel without buying off Palestinian kleptocratic great World War III, but we did Abraham records forged a real piece in the middle of tape to be joyous later that week. He is very troubled by how the administration is publicly going after Saudi Arabia.

Yes, when it was Saudi Arabia that was next on the list to make the deal.

Yet even they could better buy demonstration. It would be great for the country to live in but this public shaping of them which delegate may not deserve some private or public shaping of them is going to cause potential trouble in the Middle East that you're not smart which is not smart. Let's take your call so people hold audible start was going to order so start billet Texas outline what he built. Thanks for taking my call. J Pres. propagate my particulates for granted and the court. Whoever may be the candidate that is not him is gonna be subjected to the same treatment that he endured for all that time because the Democrats out there like that they are data an angle there where they can make life so difficult for anybody that then offers that is almost unbearable to think forget that we be back and now Jordan were on the legal team that did the be back would be back. Bob Mullen would be back Ukraine impeachment. We we had good success that the two or three cases, the US Supreme Court. Legislators means we debated, and then there was a second impeachment, and we wrote a brief on that but it was defeated as well. So the White House before this heck even starts. I think what Bill is talking about is that they're going to try to just hard feather anybody who potentially takes the mantle.

Yes, of the same if they hear that same messaging. There is a that's racist that's xenophobic that's sexist that's homophobic this is. That's ever it's everything. So I do think you're right in the sense that whoever has to carry that whoever carries a mantle has got to be stronger as as tough as Donald Trump that's that's what we haven't found yet out yet these have people to be tested like he was right. He is very tough right. Most politicians are fairly tough, but never been put through what he has been put through and continues to be put through as a former President still covered after peeling the Colorado line 3, a top hello earlier, my call on my life and I strongly quotable.

Actually, but only in terms of going in many conservative judges that my life and I think it is too bombastic and let it get there At all and a lot of moderate Republicans claim traps, and at least next Republican candidate needs more votes in Congress, right at this point in my life and I don't know who's going to be the next torchbearer, but it isn't current, interesting, and I appreciate you doing call comp policies policies to continue. Yeah, yeah. I mean, obviously, most of them have interesting dynamic in my view of the internal rate, I get the personality was tough for some folks I'm not sure I can think of another Republican grandsons that would've moved the embassy to Jerusalem. I can't think of another Republican that would've appointed three pro-life justices to this recording Nazis and got Amy Barrett confirmed into a half-and-half so I get I get the personality issues. I get the lead the way it ended but boy, the policies are hard to beat you.

I think we are to give your gut check and realize that being a bully which which I think he would admit he has to be. Sometimes he's even said you could stand the FDA they hated him until they got the got project works be going and everybody was shaking each other's aunt, but he had to be nasty, the FDA, the city could stand the way they taught could stay the way they acted like it was the other side down on me getting a vaccine within a year. So sometimes it does take a bully on your side to push for it doesn't take it another time. That's why you're still talking about the traditional folks is the second bear stopped up and I get I think there are people like, or very close by Pompeo in Iraq to syntheses other individuals who are who are tough enough that the differences know what is good to come at it with the same. I don't care at all about Washington DC.

I don't care what it bit come after me with all you've got and I will come after you with all I've got to just let it stand. In fact that most people facing what he's facing right now, which is a lot legally is a for President would take the stage of the Lacey pack now, but that that shows you how that the temperament which they committed yeah I mean he didn't, so I mean you got a given that I've taken them a copy also to Kevin in Texas online 5K pay taxes and Kevin Warwick glycol couple philosophies of principle that all people nail as we all know that all politics is local.

Margaret Thatcher talked about particular when the argument then he went election so I mean the issues are to develop the personalities are in a bubble up you know when the times are appropriate unless you have party building in the swing states in the swing counties you know you have the people were to be willing to knock on doors and make phone calls during the 2022 election I'm outside of Austin Texas in the left is very competent money organizations training people to go to congressional meetings and affect think unless you have that in place.

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I really highly suggest that you guys are the 30,000 or 30,000 foot level what's going on but you gotta get the ground troops in the areas that need a high degree of business graduates a form letter before I see what happens Republican Party caught up to the get out the vote and that got weird during comfort.

The riverbanks did more of it than Democrats actual document doors.

Republicans did more and that's what they did well in down ballot races like the house and the Senate and its state level. Then she did really well there Kevin. The problem was at the national level and there was and I think that was because we repeat, we got good to get out the vote. We haven't done right is figured out the state election laws and if we're not to change those laws in the next two years are tough and we need to do exactly what the Democrats do, which is used those laws to our advantage in every way possible. So stay last part about harvesting.

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