Author: John Fredericks Radio Network
Fredericks on CNN to Don Lemon and Joe Madison on Roy Moore: “Let the voters of Alabama decide – you think they’re stupid. I don’t.”
Repost from Politico, By THEODORIC MEYER, DANIEL LIPPMAN and JOSH DAWSEY Like Steve Bannon at the Breitbart office, Lewandowski stays upstairs when he’s in town. The lower floors house a lobbying firm and sometimes a radio show. “You could call this the Turnberry embassy,” said John Fredericks, a friend of Lewandowski’s who sometimes broadcasts his syndicated radio show, […]
Fredericks on HLN: Mitch McConnell and his swamp friends think Alabama voters are too stupid to be trusted with their US Senate choice.
Repost from GQ Magazine, BY BEN SCHRECKINGER Nobody saw it coming. Not the pundits or the pollsters, not even the Donald himself. From the backrooms of Trump Tower to the studios at Fox News to the VIP lounges of his victory bash, this is the story of Donald Trump’s Election Day—perhaps the wildest, weirdest 24 […]
Repost from The Washington Post, By Gregory Schneider Some Republicans have taken note. John Fredericks, a conservative radio host who helped run Trump’s presidential campaign in Virginia last year, has become a grudging McAuliffe fan. He has praised the governor for his economic development efforts and conceded that McAuliffe’s push to unlock federal dollars by […]
ON CNN Tonight with Don Lemon, Political Commentators and syndicated Radio talk host John Fredericks and SirusXM Host of the “The Joe Madison Show” Joe Madison discusses the breaking news allegations surrounding Alabama GOP Senate Candidate Roy Moore.
John Fredericks in the News, Repost from the Richmond-Times Dispatch,by Graham Moomaw @gmoomaw John Fredericks, a pro-Trump radio host who advocated for bringing the president to Virginia, said Trump’s absence left his supporters unenthused. A presidential rally, he said, wouldn’t have fired up the Trump opponents any more than they already were. “Ralph Northam ran […]
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