SPECIAL EDITION LIVE RADIO BROADCAST – TRUMP RICHMOND RALLY TONIGHT

Republican Presidential Front-Runner Donald J. Trump Scheduled to Host Campaign Rally At The Richmond International Raceway TONIGHT (October 14)

Trump Rally in Richmond, Virginia October 14th from 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM Broadcast Live TONIGHT! Trump Expected To Address A Sold Out Crowd Of Over 7,500 at RIR’s Exhibition Hall Today

All roads to the White House in 2016 run through Virginia and The John Fredericks Radio Show! We’re trucking the truth and bringing you Presidential candidates every week on Virginia’s top morning radio show! So get your big boy pants on and fasten your seat belts! It’s Trump time! 

 

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Can’t make the event in person? No problem! Catch all the action live and tune in to our special edition of The John Fredericks Show today live from Richmond International Raceway from 5:00 p.m. top 9:00 p.m. 

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Republican Presidential Candidate Governor Mike Huckabee on #JFRS

Republican Presidential Candidate Governor Mike Huckabee Scheduled to Appear on the John Fredericks Show on Thursday, September 24, 2016 at 8:35 AM

All roads to the White House in 2016 run through Virginia and The John Fredericks Radio Show! We’re trucking the truth and bringing you Presidential candidates every week on Virginia’s top morning radio show! So get your big boy pants on and fasten your seat belts!

 

Republican Presidential Candidate Governor Mike Huckabee scheduled to appear on the John Fredericks Show on Thursday, September 24, 2016 at 8:35 AM. 
Republican Presidential Candidate Governor Mike Huckabee scheduled to appear on the John Fredericks Show on Thursday, September 24, 2016 at 8:35 AM.

Can the former Arkansas Governor pull off a repeat of his 2008 Iowa Caucus magic?  Find out Thursday in a wide ranging conversation.

U.S. Rep. Dave Brat (R-Virginia-7), will appear on Thursday September 24 at 8:05 a.m.

The John Fredericks Show is Common Sense for the Commonwealth. It is the only morning political news-talk show focused on local issues that impact the daily lives of Virginia residents. The John Fredericks Show broadcasts live weekdays from 6-10am on WHKT AM 1650 – Hampton Roads, WNTW AM 820 – Richmond – Central Virginia
and WBZS 102.5 FM – Roanoke and the New River Valley

JFRS Live at Reagan Presidential Library– Special Edition for CNN GOP Debate

The John Fredericks Radio Show will be broadcasting live from the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library on Wednesday September 16, site of the second Republican Presidential candidates debate hosted by CNN. 

JFRS SPECIAL EDITION WEDNESDAY 1:00 – 4:00 P.M!

In addition to its normal morning radio show time from 6:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. Monday to Friday, The John Fredericks Show will broadcast a LIVE SPECIAL EDITION on Wednesday from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST.

All John Fredericks Show radio affiliates will be carrying the show’s special edition on September 16.   

Listen ONLINE HERE

Radio flagships WNTW AM 820 – Richmond and WHKT AM 1650 – Hampton Roads will also carry both the 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m.debates across their networks.

SPECIAL EDITION SHOW LINE-UP Sept. 16 1:00 – 4:00 PM 

1:00 p.m. – Barry Moore – Exclusive Sponsor Haley-Buick GMC
1:30 p.m. – Del. David Ramadan, Virginia Co-Chairman  Scott Walker for President
2:00 p.m. – John Whitbeck, RPV Chairman
2:30 p.m. – Sen. Bill Stanley, Virginia Chairman Ted Cruz For President
3:00 p.m. – Corey Lewandowski, National Campaign Manager Donald J. Trump for President
3:30 p.m. – Del. & House Caucus Leader Tim Hugo, Virginia Chairman Marco Rubio for President

All roads to the White House in 2016 run through Virginia and The John Fredericks Radio Show! We’re trucking the truth and bringing you Presidential candidates every week on Virginia’s top morning radio show! So get your big boy pants on and fasten your seat belts! We’re live at the Reagan Presidential Library the next two days!

The John Fredericks Show is Common Sense for the Commonwealth. It is the only morning political news-talk show focused on local issues that impact the daily lives of Virginia residents. The John Fredericks Show broadcasts live weekdays from 6-10am on WHKT AM 1650 – Hampton Roads, WNTW AM 820 – Richmond – Central Virginia
and WBZS 102.5 FM – Roanoke and the New River Valley

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Trump On Virginia Radio

GOP Presidential Frontrunner Donald J. Trump Is Scheduled To Appear On The John Fredericks Radio Show On Thursday, September 3 at 8:35 a.m. 

All roads to the White House in 2016 run through Virginia and The John Fredericks Radio Show! We’re trucking the truth and bringing you Presidential candidates every week on Virginia’s top morning radio show! So get your big boy pants on and fasten your seat belts! GOP frontrunner Donald J. Trump joins us Thursday, September 3 at 8:37 a.m. 

Trump Extends His Lead to 27 points In New Poll 

A new poll out August 31 by Morning Consult shows GOP Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump pulling to within 1 point nationally of Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton 43-42%. The Morning Consult poll also has Trump leading the GOP field by a whopping 28 points: Trump 37% to Jeb Bush and Ben Carson tied at 9%. That’s a 4X lead in a 17 candidate field.  

http://morningconsult.com/2015/08/trump-clinton-lead-primary-matchups-bush-ties-carson-for-runner-up/

We’ll be discussing with Mr. Trump a wide range of both domestic and international public policy questions and we look forward to an informative discourse.

U.S. House Rep. Dave Brat (R-VA/7) will be joining us at 8:05 a.m. 


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and WBZS 102.5 FM – Roanoke and the New River Valley

 

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Trump Makes Case for Presidency on Virginia Radio

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump railed against “incompetent” Washington leaders Thursday during an early morning interview on a Hampton Roads-based radio talk show.

The New York real estate magnate described the recent Iranian nuclear deal as a failure and argued that the U.S. government doesn’t know how to negotiate with “corrupt” Chinese leaders.

Trump, who claimed a personal net worth of more than $10 billion after filing federal campaign finance forms this week, said he’s running because he’s a better negotiator than anyone else in the race.

In this July 11, 2015, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at FreedomFest in Las Vegas. In a state where early organization is key to a successful presidential campaign, Trump’s New Hampshire operation has the trappings of a legitimate political organization.  (AP Photo/John Locher)
In this July 11, 2015, photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at FreedomFest in Las Vegas. In a state where early organization is key to a successful presidential campaign, Trump’s New Hampshire operation has the trappings of a legitimate political organization. (AP Photo/John Locher)

“The concept… is that I’ve made a tremendous amount of money. I’ve beat China in deals,” Trump said during a 20-minute interview on “The John Fredericks Show” on WHKT-AM in Portsmouth. “You mention my name to them and they go hide under the table.

“We’re tired of leadership that doesn’t know anything about the deal. I think it’s time for the American people to have somebody who can make them rich again.”

Trump also took aim at former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush who – like Trump – is at the top of a recent national poll of voters who intend to participate in the 2016 presidential primaries and caucuses.

“Bush can’t make deals with China…. You think Bush is going to make a deal with Japan – who’s ripping us off left and right?” he said. “They can’t. They don’t have the ability.”

The Obama administration’s deal with Iran, which is intended to stifle its ability to build nuclear weapons, is a horrible agreement, Trump said. The U.S. shouldn’t have begun talks until the Iranians agreed to release four Americans held captive, he said.

“I would have sanctioned them up the wazoo,” he said, boasting, “I would have had them crawling.”

Trump also said he’s not backing off his comments last month when he referred to some immigrants from Mexico as rapists and drug traffickers.

The comments, he said, were about Mexico’s leaders. “Mexico is a very corrupt government. It always has been,” he said.

During last month’s campaign kickoff speech, Trump told a boisterous crowd, “When Mexico sends its people, they’re not sending their best. They’re not sending you. They’re not sending you. They’re sending people that have lots of problems, and they’re bringing those problems with us. They’re bringing drugs. They’re bringing crime. They’re rapists. And some, I assume, are good people.”

Read the full article from the Virginian-Pilot newspaper here.


 

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Donald Trump: ‘I’m Actually a Conservative with a Heart’

Businessman Donald Trump on Thursday said the country has to provide health care for the poor and that he’s “actually a conservative with a heart” who can work out deals with hospitals to make it happen.

“I want people taken care of in the country, okay? You can call it anything you want, but I want — including people that don’t have anything,” Mr. Trump said on “The John Fredericks Show.” about “We gotta do that.”

In this June 29, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles for a photographer before he addresses members of the City Club of Chicago, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)
In this June 29, 2015, file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump smiles for a photographer before he addresses members of the City Club of Chicago, in Chicago. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)

Mr. Fredericks, a Virginia-based radio host who has predicted that Mr. Trump will win the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, had asked Mr. Trump how to reconcile his statements critical of President Obama’s health care law with past statements in which Mr. Trump was warm to the notion of universal health care coverage.

“You know, I’m a very conservative guy … number one, the people that can do it, we’re going to get them plans that are so good and we’re going to break the borders, we’re going to go [to] the private plans,” Mr. Trump said. “A lot of people had plans they loved before Obamacare came along. You probably did. I have friends that had really good plans — now they have horrible plans and they’re paying five times more for [them].

“We’re going to get great plans, we’re not going to have huge costs — the biggest thing the government has to do is make sure these companies are very, very solvent, you know, that they’re very strong,” he continued. “Because what you don’t want is having a company collapse, right? So that’s the only function of the government.

“Then on top of that, the people that can’t afford to do that, we have to help them out at the lower level, we have to help them out,” he said. “And I would make deals with hospitals and I’d make deals with people where they can get them care, John. I mean, you can’t have a guy that has no money that’s sick and he can’t go see a doctor, he can’t go see a hospital. I just don’t think [you] can have that, ‘cause I’m actually a conservative with a heart. And if I lose votes for that, I don’t really care.

“Because you have to take care of poor people — I mean, think of yourself: you’re really sick and you’re not allowed to see a doctor. I mean, it’s almost like, sort of … being in hell,” Mr. Trump said. “So we have to take care of people that are poor. We have to do it. And we can make a plan, we can work a deal — I can work a deal with hospitals that’ll be great for everybody and they’ll be able to go there.

“You’re not going to want to do that — it won’t be pretty, it won’t be as nice as the other — but at least they’re being taken care of,” he said. “And under Obamacare, they’re actually not being taken care of very well, either. But Obamacare is a disaster; it’s going to cost a fortune and it really kicks in in ‘16 and it has to be repealed and replaced and we can do a great job with that, I have no doubt — I’m very expert on that stuff.

“You know, I have thousands of people working for me and I have great plans and … they got lucky but I have good people so I guess I got lucky, too,” he said.

Mr. Fredericks said he’s “the only media person this side of the Milky Way” that’s predicting Mr. Trump, who has surged to first in a poll released this week on the 2016 GOP field, will ultimately win the nomination.

Mr. Trump said “you may be right” and that he will work hard to make him right.

“I’m always right,” Mr. Fredericks said.

“You are always right — have a good time John, thank you very much,” Mr. Trump said.

Read more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jul/16/donald-trump-im-actually-a-conservative-with-a-hea/#ixzz3g9ktMua7

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and WBZS 102.5 FM – Roanoke and the New River Valley

 

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Trump on HRVA Radio: I Can Work a Deal

Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, the real estate and pop culture mogul who appears to be the front runner in an early GOP race, did John Fredericks’ radio show this morning.

Trump dropped both compliment and invective, the first for Fredericks, the latter for the Obama administration, the media, the Mexican and Chinese governments, Macy’s and Macy’s CEO, whom he called a gutless coward for recently dropping Trump’s clothing line.

Trump also referred to his opponents in this presidential race as “all these other clowns.”

“He’s going to be the nominee,” Fredericks said in introducing Trump. “I am never wrong.”

Fredericks then read a promo recommending “investment grade diamonds” and brought on Trump, who lauded the self proclaimed “Commander of Common Sense” as “a man of great brain power and a lot of common sense.”

Trump’s pitch can be summarized thusly: If I was president, I’d bring my amazing deal-making abilities to bear, solving roughly all problems and rebuilding the American Dream, which is currently dead.

Some outtakes:

On the Obama administration’s handling of the Iran nuclear deal: “Are we dealing with 3rd grade people here? … A classic incompetence. … We have people who did not read The Art of the Deal.”

How he would have handled Iran: “I would have sanctioned them up the wazoo. … I’d rather not go in militarily.”

How long these negotiations should have taken, following a doubling or tripling of sanctions, and a satisfied demand for American prisoner releases: “About a day.”

On the media: “Much of it is very dishonest.”

On negotiating with other countries: “I beat the Chinese (in business deals). … You mention my name to them, they go hide under a table. … All these other clowns … Bush can’t make deals with China.”

On his previous support for universal health care: “I want people taken care of … including people who don’t have anything. … I’m actually a conservative with a heart.”

How he’d accomplish that: “I can work a deal with hospitals.”

The roughly 20 minute interview wrapped with Trump telling Fredericks he’s going to work hard to win the nomination and prove him right.

“I am always right,” Fredericks replied.

Read the Daily Press article here.

 

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GOP Presidential Front-Runner Donald Trump on The John Fredericks Show

ICYMI:  Full Audio of GOP Presidential Front – Runner Donald Trump on The John Fredericks Radio Show on July 16 , 2015

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Breaking News: Stimpson Campaign Manager Out

Susan Stimpson’s long-shot bid to oust House Speaker Bill Howell, a 28 year veteran of the Virginia General Assembly took a nose dive Friday when her campaign manager Rollin Reisinger resigned unexpectedly.

Reisinger, a young gun who is aligned with highly regarded political consultant Tim Edson says he and his candidate for House District 28 “did not see eye to eye on campaign strategy.”

Edson has remained Stimpson’s chief political consultant. Edson personally recruited Reisinger for the Stimpson campaign last December.

With a June 9 primary looming, the Stimpson camp reportedly engaged Jordan Labiosa, a holdover from her failed campaign for Lt. Governor in 2013 to pick up the slack.

Labiosa came under fire two years ago for offensive social media posts — which have since been scrubbed –and for slating convention delegates for Stimpson in Campbell County.

New Morning Line Odds – Howell minus 19

With six weeks to go, Howell is now a prohibitive favorite, and we have moved his morning line odds from minus 14 to minus 19: Howell 59.5 percent to Stimpson 40.5 percent.

This race is quickly approaching blow-out status. Stimpson needs a momentum changer to get back in contention.

Baltimore Riots

We’ll be bringing you exclusive coverage and analysis today of the Baltimore riots with reporter John Terrett live in Baltimore and former secret service agent and 2014 candidate for U.S. Congress from Maryland Dan Bongino.

Next Stops: Harrisonburg and Franklin

The John Fredericks Show goes back on the road this week with stops in Harrisonburg and Franklin, Virginia. Wednesday we’ll be broadcasting live at Senator Mark Obenshain’s campaign headquarters in Harrisonburg in preparation for the annual “Oysters with Obenshain” event with special guest U.S. Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) and Friday we’ll be live in Franklin with Senator Bill Stanley (R-Franklin) and friends. Both stops should be a lot of fun as we bring the action right to you.

 

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GOP Virginia Senate D-12 Debate Announcement

GOP Virginia Senate D-12 Debate Announcement
The John Fredericks Show and News-Talk WNTW AM 820 to Host Debate

Richmond, Virginia, April 23, 2015 — The John Fredericks Radio Show and Richmond radio station News-Talk WNTW AM 820 will host a debate for the four candidates vying for the Republican nomination for Virginia Senate District 12 to better inform the district’s primary voters of each candidate’s platform and policy positions.

 

CONFIRMED GOP CANDIDATES

• SIOBHAN DUNNAVANT, M.D.

• VINCE HALEY

• BILL JANIS

• EDDIE WHITLOCK

 

WHEN

• Tuesday, May 5

• 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

• Open to the public

• Open to the media

• Broadcast Live on WNTW AM 820

• Streaming live at http://JohnFredericksRadio.com

 

WHERE

Reynolds Community College

Workforce Development and Conference Center

1651 East Parham Road

Richmond, VA 23228

Doors open at 5:00 PM. Admission is free and seating is open to the public on a first come basis.

 

MODERATOR

• John Fredericks, Syndicated Radio Talk Show Host –Virginia

• WNTW AM 820 –Richmond, Virginia

 

FORMAT

• Each candidate will have a 2:00 opening statement

• We will draw order of opening statements by lot

• Each candidate will have a 2:00 closing statement

• Closing statements will be in reverse order of opening statements (one goes four, two goes three, etc.)

• All questions are posed by the candidates, not the moderator

• We will draw order of questions by lot

• Each candidate can ask one question to each of the other three candidates in each round

• 12 questions will be asked in total

• The candidate who is asked the question has :90 to respond

• Each of the other two candidates, plus the candidate who asked the question, has :60 to respond or comment

• The candidate who is asked the question has the final word and has an additional :30.

Note: This is a unique and successfully proven format used by host John Fredericks and the John Fredericks Radio Show. This format has been used in various debates and town hall forums from city council to gubernatorial races.

 

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About John Fredericks:
John Fredericks is a senior media executive with over 25 years experience. As an accomplished journalist and formidable investigative reporter, Fredericks has served as a large market newspaper publisher, editor, TV host, radio host, commentator and columnist. He has covered local, regional and national news events that include government, business, economics and politics.

John Fredericks is known for combining tough investigative reporting with in-depth news analysis. John Fredericks leverages his extensive contacts, sterling reputation and experience to bring the biggest names and most informed experts to his show, to give listeners the information they need to make decisions about the issues facing our region, state and country.

On The John Fredericks Show, Fredericks serves as an honest broker of the truth, working to present all sides of every issue in a civil and respectful environment. His election predictions have proved uncannily accurate in Virginia and his pre-election morning line odds and forecasts have become “must listen” radio for Virginia politicos.

 

About The John Fredericks Show:
The John Fredericks Show is Common Sense for the Commonwealth. It is the only morning political news-talk show focused on local issues that impact the daily lives of Virginia residents. The John Fredericks Show broadcasts live weekdays from 6-9am on WHTK AM 1650 – Hampton Roads, WNTW AM 820 – Richmond – Central Virginia and WBZS 102.5 FM – Roanoke and the New River Valley. The show also streams live at JohnFredericksRadio.com.

The John Fredericks Show believes there is a hunger among the populace for a forum where issues can be discussed intelligently and respectfully and firmly believes that Americans are eager to work together to find common ground among our diversity and differences. The show exists to give Virginia constituents access to information they need to begin the dialogue that can ultimately lead to working together, getting results and improving the Commonwealth and country.

 

About News-Talk WNTW-AM 820:
WNTW-AM 820 brings listeners in Richmond, Virginia conservative factual news and business news from the most respected names in the news industry such as the Salem Radio Network (SRN) and The Blaze Radio Network. WNTW-AM 820 provides news to Richmond, Virginia on the hour and the half hour — every hour, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week. All news talk hosts are live Monday through Friday, 24 hours a day. WNTW-AM 820 streams live at 820theanswer.com.