John Fredericks joins the WAR ROOM: PANDEMIC to discuss the fight to Stop the Steal of the 2020 Election.
Regional talk radio shows like “The John Fredericks Show,” out of Richmond, Va., have garnered the attention of the Trump White House.
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This conflict with China is tough for Americans to grasp…and your engagement in this war is basically education and understanding you’re going to have to pay a few dollars for something.” – John Fredericks of @jfradioshow
"This conflict with China is tough for Americans to grasp…and your engagement in this war is basically education and understanding you're going to have to pay a few dollars for something." – John Fredericks of @jfradioshow pic.twitter.com/vQoJtpAe99
— The Epoch Times – China Insider (@EpochTimesChina) December 10, 2019
We ask where the impeachment process is heading and whether the people of the US can ever move on and reconcile.
In a country as profoundly divided as the United States, there is no agreement on anything related to the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump launched by Congress on September 24, 2019.
In this episode of The Bottom Line, Steve Clemons asks his panel of experts where the impeachment process is heading and whether the people of the United States can ever “get over it” and reconcile.
– Margaret Carlson, columnist for The Daily Beast and the first female columnist for Time magazine
– John Fredericks, chairman of Trump for President (Virginia) in 2016, adviser to the Trump 2020 campaign, and host of the John Fredericks radio show
– Gregory Craig, the former lead defence attorney for former US President Bill Clinton during his impeachment in 1998, and former White House counsel under President Barack Obama