As the world remains focused on what happens next in the region, former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory, U.S. service members Matthew Ridenhour and Jeff Jackson, along with former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney weighed in on the situation in Afghanistan. All four provided a unique perspective Friday morning.
The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate returned to his old stomping grounds on Thursday to take over The Bo Thompson Morning Show. After being away from the Ty Boyd Studio for over two months, the Governor had a lot to get off his chest during his two-hour guest appearance.
Trump made a rare public appearance since leaving the White House in January and sorted through an array of topic during his time at the podium including China and the Biden administration's handling of the COVID-19 pandemic before throwing an endorsement to Budd who was in attendance.
McCrory, 64, spent fourteen years as Charlotte's Mayor from 1995 to 2009 before taking over as North Carolina's Governor in 2013. He lost his reelection bid to Roy Cooper in 2016 by a narrow margin of 10,277 votes. It was also the only gubernatorial seat to flip from Republican to Democratic five years ago.
Tomorrow, I will decide whether to stay a part of the top-rated morning radio show in Charlotte or take our fight to Washington with the possibility of becoming your next Senator. It's a tough decision and one I've been weighing since I lost my Gubernatorial race to Roy Cooper four years ago.
The Biden-Harris agenda is only going to become more radical over the next two years and beyond. We need to strengthen our base and have members of the party who're fighting for one another. As President Abraham Lincoln once said, "A house divided against itself cannot stand." We need to stand stronger than ever in these challenging times.
Since leaving office, McCrory transitioned his career to being on the air at WBT three years ago. One of the only conservative voices in the nation to make the jump from politics into broadcasting and carry a top-rated radio show for over six months.
The President is creating division by using identifying factors to develop his political agenda. An extremely dangerous set of ideas that has grown into erasing one’s history, muting them and violating the free exchange of ideas, thoughts, and speech.
But not only did "60 Minutes" get it wrong, they showed their typical left-wing bias by going on full blown attack mode to try and drag another Republican official through the mud. The evidence present had very little substance other than money was paid from Publix to DeSantis' PAC fund.
What's being called the American Jobs Plan should have support from both the Republican and Democrats, along with the general public, but there's a reason why Biden is having trouble selling it. The idea of a $2 trillion overhaul for the country's mainframe is scary, and it's also deceiving.