Who Is Gene Huber? And Why Did He Go ON-STAGE At Florida Trump Rally?

“A star is born!” exclaimed President Donald Trump as he spontaneously brought his number 1 supporter, Gene Huber, on stage at his Melbourne, Florida rally.

To his delight, Huber took the stage and even got a bear hug from Trump before taking over the rally microphone for a short speech.

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The SECRET WORLD Of Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago Estate AKA The “Winter White House”

President Donald Trump‘s “winter White House, Mar-A-Lago, in Palm Beach, Florida, was originally owned by American business executive and philanthropist Marjorie Merriweather Post (1887-1973.)

Post was the founder of General Foods, Inc. In addition to Hillwood, located in Washington, DC, Post’s other lavish estate was Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach, Florida. Designed by Marion Sims Wyeth and Joseph Urban, Mar-a-Lago was willed in 1973 to the U.S. Government as a retreat for Presidents and visiting foreign dignitaries. The mansion was not, however, used for this purpose, prior to being declared a National Historic Landmark in 1980. It was purchased by then businessman, President Trump in 1985. wikipedia

In addition to Mar-a-Lago and Hillwood, Post also owned Camp Topridge on Upper St. Regis Lake in the Adirondacks, which she considered a “rustic retreat.” It included a fully staffed main lodge and private guest cabins, each staffed with its own butler. The expansive Great Camp, built in 1923 by Ben Muncil, eventually contained nearly 70 buildings, as well as a Russian dacha, on 300 acres. It was one of only two Adirondack camps to be featured in LIFE magazine. Another home, which she shared with Joseph Davies in Washington, DC, was called Tregaron.

It’s worth noting, Post’s second husband was, E. F. Hutton, yes, that E.F. Hutton. Post and Hutton divorced in 1935. They had one child,
Nedenia Marjorie Hutton, better known as actress “Dina Merrill.”

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TRANSCRIPT: President Trump Black History Month Comments

President Donald Trump is taking a ribbing on Twitter over comments he made during his marking of the beginning of Black History Month. Below find a complete transcript of Trump’s comments.

During Trump’s speech, he seemed to be praising noted black activist, Frederick Douglass, as if the famed abolitionist is still alive. Douglass died in 1895, and is popular to this day to those in the civil rights movement.

Well, the election, it came out really well. Next time we’ll triple the number or quadruple it. We want to get it over 51, right? At least 51.

Well this is Black History Month, so this is our little breakfast, our little get-together. Hi Lynn, how are you? Just a few notes. During this month, we honor the tremendous history of African-Americans throughout our country. Throughout the world, if you really think about it, right? And their story is one of unimaginable sacrifice, hard work, and faith in America. I’ve gotten a real glimpse—during the campaign, I’d go around with Ben to a lot of different places I wasn’t so familiar with. They’re incredible people. And I want to thank Ben Carson, who’s gonna be heading up HUD. That’s a big job. That’s a job that’s not only housing, but it’s mind and spirit. Right, Ben? And you understand, nobody’s gonna be better than Ben.

Last month, we celebrated the life of Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., whose incredible example is unique in American history. You read all about Dr. Martin Luther King a week ago when somebody said I took the statue out of my office. It turned out that that was fake news. Fake news. The statue is cherished, it’s one of the favorite things in the—and we have some good ones. We have Lincoln, and we have Jefferson, and we have Dr. Martin Luther King. But they said the statue, the bust of Martin Luther King, was taken out of the office. And it was never even touched. So I think it was a disgrace, but that’s the way the press is. Very unfortunate.

I am very proud now that we have a museum on the National Mall where people can learn about Reverend King, so many other things. Frederick Douglass is an example of somebody who’s done an amazing job and is being recognized more and more, I noticed. Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks, and millions more black Americans who made America what it is today. Big impact.

I’m proud to honor this heritage and will be honoring it more and more. The folks at the table in almost all cases have been great friends and supporters. Darrell—I met Darrell when he was defending me on television. And the people that were on the other side of the argument didn’t have a chance, right? And Paris has done an amazing job in a very hostile CNN community. He’s all by himself. You’ll have seven people, and Paris. And I’ll take Paris over the seven. But I don’t watch CNN, so I don’t get to see you as much as I used to. I don’t like watching fake news. But Fox has treated me very nice. Wherever Fox is, thank you.

We’re gonna need better schools and we need them soon. We need more jobs, we need better wages, a lot better wages. We’re gonna work very hard on the inner city. Ben is gonna be doing that, big league. That’s one of the big things that you’re gonna be looking at. We need safer communities and we’re going to do that with law enforcement. We’re gonna make it safe. We’re gonna make it much better than it is right now. Right now it’s terrible, and I saw you talking about it the other night, Paris, on something else that was really—you did a fantastic job the other night on a very unrelated show.

I’m ready to do my part, and I will say this: We’re gonna work together. This is a great group, this is a group that’s been so special to me. You really helped me a lot. If you remember I wasn’t going to do well with the African-American community, and after they heard me speaking and talking about the inner city and lots of other things, we ended up getting—and I won’t go into details—but we ended up getting substantially more than other candidates who had run in the past years. And now we’re gonna take that to new levels. I want to thank my television star over here—Omarosa’s actually a very nice person, nobody knows that. I don’t want to destroy her reputation but she’s a very good person, and she’s been helpful right from the beginning of the campaign, and I appreciate it. I really do. Very special.

So I want to thank everybody for being here. h/t theconcourse

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Is Donald Trump Really Getting Ready To Issue LGBTQ Executive Order? Here’s What We Know

Rumors are abound that President Donald Trump is planning to soon sign an executive order that would rock the LGBTQ community, and not in a good way. A White House spokesperson speaking to the press insisted that no such order is currently in the works.

Although unconfirmed, the rumors have caused the Human Rights Organization to take a major prevent posture commenting that any such order would be “deeply troubling.”

Below is a reveal of the rumored executive order, according to heavy.

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Steve Wynn GOES TO WASHINGTON! Casino Mogul Picked Next RNC Finance Chair

The Republican National Committee is poised to select President Donald Trump’s former nemesis, Steve Wynn, as the next finance chair for the party.

Wynn, 75, was selected to lead the GOP fundraising operation into the 2018 midterm election at a meeting of RNC officials over the weekend, sources with knowledge of the meeting.

Wynn’s selection to lead the RNC’s finance operation is another testament to the new president’s ability to put old grudges to rest. Identifying priority 2018 midterm contests and discussing candidate recruitment were also on the agenda for the meeting of party officials, according to the sources. Continue reading

Who Is Scott Koteskey? And Did THIS WOMAN Really Berate Him Over Supporting Donald Trump?

A now viral video of a plane passenger berating fellow traveler, Scott Koteskey, over his attending the Donald Trump inauguration, has received more than 3 million views.

The unidentified woman was removed by law enforcement from a flight in Baltimore after sharply lecturing Koteskey, who was seated next to her, over his being a Trump supporter.

Koteskey, confirmed on his Twitter account that he did indeed go to Washington DC for Donald Trump’s inauguration and to “celebrate democracy,” when he was asked by the unidentified woman sitting next to him: “Did you come here to cheer or to protest?” Continue reading

DAY 1: In ObamaCare Website Flashback, New Trump White House Website NOT WORKING

In what can only be described as an scary ObamaCare website flashback, Donald Trump‘s new WhiteHouse.gov is also experencing errors on day one.

When visiting the all-new White House website, you are greeted with a splash page welcoming you to “Sign up for updates from President Donald J. Trump! Join our movement, and together, let’s Make America Great Again!” But when you enter your email address and zipcode, an error message appears that reads:

“An embedded page at forms.whitehouse.gov says: An AJAX HTTP error occurred.
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Donald Trump Ex-Wife, Tiffany’s Mom, Marla Maples, Shows Up At Inauguration

Marla Maples, the ex-wife of Donald Trump, and the mother to his daughter, Tiffany Trump, showed up at his Inauguration. Reports say Maples kept a “low profile,” during the event.

Maples, 53, didn’t get much airtime as news outlets covering the inaugural ceremonies kept their cameras teamed on Trump’s current wife, Melania Trump, aka the First Lady.

Maples has now posted a photo on Instagram of herself at the Inauguration with her daughter, Tiffany (see it above). On the post, above, which Maples posted early on January 21, she wrote, “I’ve been trying to bring Tiffany to DC for a long time… Continue reading

Official Donald Trump Inauguration List Of Events For Thursday Jan. 19

Donald Trump’s inauguration events begin today, Thursday, January 19th, and will continue through Saturday. Trump will be sworn in on Friday, but there are many other activities and events happening today.

Before the President-elect becomes the official 45th President of the United States, there’s a long list goings on to happen today. Below are both official events and unofficial events.

Official Inauguration Events on Thursday, January 19

Voices of the People Concert & March: 10:35 a.m. Eastern

Starting at 10:35 a.m. Eastern, a “Voices of the People” march and concert will take place at the Lincoln Memorial. This event is free and open to the public. Continue reading