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One of President Trump’s most fervent fans hopped onto his Harley in South Carolina and roared all the way to Virginia Beach, where he led a “Bikers for Trump” rally Sunday for Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie. Except Gillespie wasn’t there, irking some Trump supporters who say the Republican has been too standoffish toward the […]

John Fredericks on CNN: “Clinton Uranium Deal is Going to Take the Clintons Down”

Dust up! On CNN, Fredericks takes on Madison and Lemon, calls out – it gets contentious.

John Fredericks blasts “sick” Democrats on CNN’s HLN​ for politicizing tragic deaths of US Servicemen in the line of duty.

Fredericks on CNN: Calls out the Fake News of San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz and crushes Joe Madison on Football Kneel-Babies

Jill Vogel was just getting her legal career off the ground — still a “baby lawyer,” as a friend tells it — when she went to work for the Republican National Committee. Before long, she was chief counsel. Then a top lawyer for President George W. Bush’s Energy Department. From there, she built one of […]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Chesapeake, VA, October 9, 2017 – Common Sense Media Holdings, LLC  announces that it will begin airing its syndicated news radio talk show, The John Fredericks Show, in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia beginning October 16, 2017 on Salem Media’s AM 1260 The Answer.  The show will air from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., […]

President Trump has been a presence in Virginia’s contest for governor since before the candidates were even set, but he has now roiled the race by jumping in directly and attacking the Democratic nominee through his preferred method: a nighttime tweet. “Ralph Northam, who is running for Governor of Virginia, is fighting for the violent […]

Virginia’s Republican nominee for governor Ed Gillespie is keeping President Trump at arm’s length, suggesting he views him as a liability in his campaign against Democratic Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam. Trump, in an unexpected Thursday evening tweet, urged Virginians to vote for Gillespie on Nov. 7, while charging that Northam was soft on gang violence. […]

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