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Sudden Surprise Guest On Air Force One Ignites Whirlwind Of Rumors

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While President Donald Trump’s appearance at a campaign rally in Lewis Center, Ohio, drew crowds Saturday, Hope Hicks was also at the center of attention after she was spotted traveling with President Donald Trump aboard Air Force One. Setting off a flurry of rumors and speculation, the former White House communications director was seen among a handful of aides for the Trump administration.

The group boarded Air Force One at an airport located in Morristown, New Jersey just ahead of President Trump’s departure to the campaign rally held for Republican congressional candidate Troy Balderson where President Trump was offering his endorsement. Hicks was then seen disembarking from Air Force One when the plane landed at the John Glenn Columbus International Airport in Ohio. Her appearance caused the rumor mill to go wild.

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A close friend of President Trump’s oldest daughter, Ivanka Trump, Hicks resigned from her position in February 2018 as the White House communications director after serving for just six months. Prior to that, Hicks was an aide for the Trump campaign during the 2016 presidential election. Prior to working for the Trump campaign, Hicks did public relations work for Ivanka.

AOL reports Hicks “planned to spend her weekend at one of Trump’s golf courses in New Jersey with first daughter Ivanka Trump and Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser, Jared Kushner, according to sources cited in a Vanity Fair report published on Monday.

But after Trump found out Hicks was in town, he asked her to join him at the rally in Lewis Center, Ohio, sources reportedly told Vanity Fair’s Emily Jane Fox.

Aboard Air Force One, Hicks talked off-the-record to reporters and even jokingly took suggestions about her career prospects.

Hicks also said that if the timing was right, she would consider becoming Trump’s chief of staff, a position currently held by John Kelly. Kelly is expected to stay on board until 2020, and reportedly turned down Trump’s request to stay for a possible second term.

‘She’s just trying to live her life, and if everyone’s going to be following her every move anyway, why not do what she wants to do?’ a person familiar with the situation told Vanity Fair. ‘The expectation that she would totally cut herself off from the family cold turkey is unrealistic.’

An unnamed sourced familiar with Hicks’ thinking told the publication Hicks is working through her transition from the high-flying role she held in the White House.

‘If she’s going to be scrutinized anyway, she may as well enjoy herself,’ the person said. ‘No job is going to be as good as what she came off of, so you have to find a way to slow down and come back to reality.’

‘There’s opportunities for her in finance-related jobs,’ the person added. ‘The biggest issue is finding a place where she feels comfortable. There aren’t that many places where she feels safe and secure.'”

Hicks’ abrupt resignation came amid a tsunami of tabloid coverage of her romance with Rob Porter, who resigned as staff secretary to President Trump in February 2018 after past domestic abuse allegations by his two ex-wives surfaced. While the notoriously private Hicks did not explain why she resigned, there was rampant speculation that she was upset at becoming the constant target of vicious tabloid gossip because of her boyfriend’s past.

Much to her credit, upon leaving the women currently serving in the Trump White House spoke highly of Hicks, heaped praise on her, as well as thanking her for her friendship and hard work. Upon her departure Hicks’ said in her departing statement – “There are no words to adequately express my gratitude to President Trump. I wish the President and his administration the very best as he continues to lead our country.”

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In response to Hicks’ departing announcement, President Trump himself heaped praise upon the 29-year-old calling her “a truly great person.” President Trump said – “Hope is outstanding and has done great work for the last three years. She is as smart and thoughtful as they come, a truly great person. I will miss having her by my side but when she approached me about pursuing other opportunities, I totally understood.”

Chief of Staff Gen. John Kelly issued his own statement separately, describing Hicks as “strategic, poised and wise beyond her years.” Kelly said – “She has served her country with great distinction. To say that she will be missed is an understatement.”

When Kelly leaves, will Hicks be a contender for the job?

Zero Hedge reports – “The Daily Mail and Vanity Fair are the latest publications to jump on the Hicks bandwagon, reporting that Hicks has told confidants that she would absolutely be interested in the position, and that her name is rising up the list of possible candidates, which also includes Nick Ayers, Vice President Pence’s chief of staff, and Mick Mulvaney, the OMB chief who is essentially the Elon Musk of the Trump administration (a reference to his multiple roles running OMB and serving as acting director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau).

A source close to Hicks told the publication that she has told people she is open to the job if Trump asked, but is not pursuing it. Hicks declined to comment.

Meanwhile, supporters are lobbying for Hicks, a longtime Trump spokeswoman from both his private business and the campaign, to return to the administration after stepping down as White House Communications Director in March.

“Unlike any other candidate he may be considering, she doesn’t need a learning curve and possesses the most important qualities that the president cares about: loyalty, independence, and a calming presence during chaos,” conservative commentator Ryan Girdusky wrote for the Washington Examiner.

VF added that Hicks is being actively discussed, citing two sources from inside the administration.

Another dark-horse candidate is Hope Hicks. Two sources say Hicks’s name is being discussed inside the White House. According to a source close to Hicks, she has told people she is open to the job if Trump asked, but is not pursuing it. When I reached out, she declined to comment.

Hicks’ chances are bolstered by the fact that she’s an unabashed Trump loyalist, and would reportedly “help Trump connect with his base.”

In addition, hiring Hicks would be a historic move of sorts. She would be the first female White House chief of staff, as well as the youngest – helping Trump swat away critics who’ve accused him of being a misogynist. The president himself has helped stoke rumors by telling reporters that he’d love for Hicks to return to the White House, adding that “everybody misses” her.

“I love Hope.. I think everybody misses it, I think when they leave for a while,” Trump told reporters. “Many people would like to come back. Look, there is nothing more exciting than what we’re doing.”

 

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VIDEO: Migrant Caravan That Threatened To ‘Drop-In’ On Trump Tears Down Border Fence, Storms Mexico

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Someone is putting these people up to this, I swear. It’s to close to our midterm election for it to be a coincidence.

Just a few days ago, one of the migrants told Yahoo News that they were going to “drop in” on Trump and that he would have to take them in.

Trump needs to send in the military immediately.

Breitbart is reporting:

“More than 4,000 migrants forced their way into Mexico after storming a border fence with Guatemala.

Video captured by Noticias Telemundo shows the moment when hundreds of migrants force the gate open and rush into Mexico despite officials efforts to keep the migrants out.

Mexican authorities previously vowed to turn back any migrants who did not follow immigration law.

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The rush is the latest development for the caravan originating in Honduras, when approximately 1,300 migrants began an organized march to Mexico with some making their way to the U.S. Border.

The caravan caused the Mexican government to announce it would enforce immigration laws and turn back those who did not obtain a visa to travel through country. Despite the threat, the caravan grew in size to more than 4,000, pushing President Donald Trump to state he would remove all financial aid to Central American countries if the migration was not halted.

It remains unclear how many migrants were able to successfully enter Mexico by force.”

The Independent UK reported:

“Migrants in a caravan making its way north through Central America towards the US border have torn down gates and are making their way over a bridge into Mexico – with officials warning the trip will bring swift retribution from the Trump administration.

Young men in the caravan reportedly began on Friday violently tugging at a tall yellow fence in the way of the group before eventually tearing the barrier down. Men, women, and children then began rushing towards the bridge to Mexico that stands about 150 years (137 meters) away.

The fence toppling came just after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo met with Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray to discuss the caravan, which started in Honduras last weekend.

“It’s a challenge that Mexico is facing, and that’s how I expressed it to Secretary Pompeo,” Mr Videgaray said in a news conference with the US secretary of state.

The Mexican government has asked for assistance from the United Nations refugee agency to help it process migrants arriving on the country’s southern border and seeking refugee status.

Processing those refugee claims could allow the Mexican government to disperse the caravan, and placate President Donald Trump, who is adamantly opposed to allowing any of the individuals into the US.

The caravan that is now at the Mexico border is composed of several thousand Honduran migrants who are seeking to escape violence and poverty in their home country. Mr Videgaray said earlier on Friday that the caravan was composed of some 4,000 people and each could present their claims to enter the country with refugee status.

“We haven’t had a caravan or group of this size seeking refuge at the same time, that’s why we’ve sought the support of the United Nations,” he said on Mexican television.

The Mexican government is taking a different tact with this caravan than a similar one that made its way north earlier this year, similarly drawing anger from Mr Trump.

Unlike that caravan, which made its way into the heartland of Mexico before officials attempted to process claims, the Mexican government this time is focusing on processing the individuals as they arrive on the border.

In response to the advancing caravan, Mr Trump has threatened to instruct the US military to “CLOSE THE SOUTHERN BORDER”, and said that he would cut aid to Central American countries where the migrants are arriving from.

It is not clear if Mr Trump is seriously considering closing the US-Mexico border, and it is not clear that he could conceivably do so, either. But, if he did, experts say that such a closure would have a major impact on the economy and ability of people to travel in and out of the US.”

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Migrantes logran romper cerca en la frontera y entran corriendo a México

Migrantes rompen cerca en la frontera y entran corriendo a México

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Watch How Left-Wing Protester Who Harassed 9/11 Widow Reacts When Confronted By Her Large ‘Son’

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Oh man, this is the best ever.

Don’t you just love it when angry, hostile left-winger, antifa types turn tail & run when the other side stands up to them.

We need more of this in America!

The Daily Caller is reporting:

Video of a left-wing protester telling an alleged 9/11 widow that her late husband should “rot in the grave” has gone viral.

The harassment of the woman took place in Portland, Oregon, during clashes between Antifa and pro-Trump factions.

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The protester screamed at the woman in the video and looked to be ready for a physical confrontation. After the woman said “My husband died in 9/11,” the protester yelled “Good for him! Good. Good. NYPD were a bunch of sodomized — fucking sodomizing immigrants with their bully sticks. Your husband should probably fucking rot in the grave.”

The woman walked on.

However, the leftist protester was not so empowered when a large man approached him and asked, “Did you call my mom out?” (RELATED: Antifa Protesters Block Portland Traffic, Nearly Start Riot During Kimmons Vigil)

The protester said “What?” and then took off running.

“Why are you running?” the man yelled.

There was a standoff between the leftist and far-right protesters, but when a large group of Trump-supporting activists looked to confront him, the man who insulted the widow suddenly lost his nerve.

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Extra footage posted on Twitter shows the same man who was harassing the woman earlier running for his life down the street as fast as he could.

A professional skateboarder was mistaken for the man in the video and received death threats.

Oregon Live reported:

Portland professional skateboarder Charlie Wilkins faced violent threats on social media Thursday after video of an Oct. 13 protest went viral that showed an Antifa protester yelling at a woman.

“Your husband, should probably … rot in the grave,” the man rants at the woman, who claimed to be a 9/11 widow.

The man in the video resembles Wilkins, but the skateboarder insists it’s not him.

He and his wife Victoria say they avoid protests and were at a pumpkin patch that day.

“I just think he’s horrible to say that to anybody,” Wilkins told KGW, referring to the protester in the video. “I would never say that to anybody.”

Brandon Farley, who shot the video of the protest, weighed in on Wilkins’ behalf, tweeting:

“I don’t want to ruin an innocent man’s life! Stop this thoughtless tirade, immediately! Get the facts! He’s not the guy in my videos. Keep searching or move on, please.”

Wilkins is a longtime professional skater, and so his image is widely available online, which is likely the reason people made the connection between him and the Antifa protester.”

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