Weekly Wrap-Up

The Clinton Cartel now swears that if Hillary is elected to the White House, the Clinton Foundation will no longer accept foreign or corporate donations. I for one have the same question as Republican Party chairman Reince Priebus: “If everything was above board while Hillary Clinton ran the State Department as the Clintons have said, then why change a thing?” 

What do you think of Hillary’s Clinton Foundation promise – is it too little, too late? Does it show that Clinton Corp. is starting to worry about this scandal? Or do Bill and Hillary have their fingers crossed? That’s the first question in our new Poll. 

Hillary Clinton – Perjurer-in-Chief? That’s what Congress is trying to determine with new hearings into whether Hillary lied through her teeth about her email incompetence during recent hearings. Is it any wonder that Team Clinton appears to have never completed ethics training, according to State Department records? 

I don’t know if there’s enough ethics training in the world to help the Clintons – but what other training courses do you think Hillary should sign up for if she hopes to be President? 

Vote for your favorite today in our new Poll. 

This week we saw Donald Trump exemplify true leadership in showing solidarity with flood victims in Louisiana – while President Obama continues to show heartless apathy, going AWOL as a state suffers. 

This is the same Obama who accused President Bush of “unconscionable ineptitude” in his handling of Hurricane Katrina – “ineptitude” that involved caring enough to actually survey the damage and try to help. 

What a perfect example of the media double-standard I talked about in last week’s Wrap-Up. 

This week we also saw a new direction from Mr. Trump, as he apologized for the tone of some of his previous comments and laid out his vision for a “New American Future” that is now the theme of his campaign (and in the process, exposed the Democrats’ bigotry toward African-Americans and other minorities).

This speech followed Monday’s outstanding national security address focused on fighting terrorism and protecting America, which is being described as “a presidential address.” 

I am looking forward to similar addresses from Mr. Trump. Of the two he delivered this week, which one do you believe is the most powerful? I’ve made that the third and final question in the new Weekly Poll. 

Have a great weekend!