It was a busy weekend on the national political scene from Mike Pence to Harvey Weinstein to The Little Sisters of the Poor and everything in between.
MIKE PENCE: They’re calling it “a stunt” that Mike Pence walked out. They’re trying to say he went to the game after being in Vegas, but the trip had been long planned. Suddenly they all care about the costs of travel. Nobody seems to question the travel that went on during the Obama years on government funded planes.
BROCK LONG AND FEMA: FEMA Director Brock Long appeared on the Sunday shows this weekend. He was once again criticized over Puerto Rico. He quickly dismissed the nonsense from the mayor of San Juan who clearly has an Anti-Trump Agenda.
NORTH KOREA: President Trump set the media off Friday and throughout the weekend for his “calm before the storm” comment,” regarding his policy on North Korea.
HARVEY WEINSTEIN: The Left is finally acknowledging the scandal that surrounds Hollywood Mega-Producer Harvey Weinstein. However, they’ve also found a way to make it about Donald Trump.
BIRTH CONTROL REQUIREMENT: President Trump is ending the ACA requirement for private businesses to provide free healthcare.
IMMIGRATION: Trump releases his new 70 point immigration plan. The goal is to end chain migration, increase border security, and the amnesty for unaccompanied minors.
BOB CORKER: The very wealthy Bob Corker somehow made lots of money during the financial crisis that crippled the rest of the country. July 11, spent between $1-$5 on the McGowan Investment just before Wells Fargo turned into a major profit. Wells Fargo bailed Corker out.