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ABC News: As Democrats arm for more investigations, Trump insider confides, 'We're not ready'

One of President Donald Trump's closest political advisers, a key combatant two decades ago in the impeachment battle against President Bill Clinton, says the White House and the Republicans in Congress are not sufficiently prepared for the investigative onslaught that he anticipates will dominate the remainder of Trump's term.

"We're not ready," said David Bossie, a pugnacious Republican operative who served as Trump's deputy campaign manager and has been counseling both the White House and congressional Republicans.

"Do I see a killer team that is ready for the impeachment proceedings that are potentially coming ... do I think the White House is ready? From a staff standpoint -- I would say no," Bossie said. "Do I believe they are in the process of getting ready? Yes."

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Washington Examiner: Republicans have a moment to chortle as a major Dem PAC abandons Ohio

“It also seems to repeat the stunningly counterproductive decision of the 2016 Clinton campaign of investing few resources and candidate time to Rust Belt states Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. Trump’s team, on the other hand, heeding the advice of deputy campaign manager David Bossie, threw significant final-week resources into those states, along with visits by Trump himself.” 

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Deseret News: Moderate Democrats in Congress are fighting two battles: one against Republicans, and one against other Democrats

“For these incoming freshmen House Democrats representing Republican leaning districts, one bad vote on an important policy issue could be the difference between winning and losing in 2020,” warned J.T. Mastranadi, political director for Citizens United, which lends campaign support to conservatives who support President Donald Trump’s agenda.

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The Business Journal: Lewandowski, Bossie Eye 2020 Win for Trump

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Two of the architects of Donald Trump’s successful 2016 presidential campaign expressed confidence Tuesday that the real estate developer and reality show star would repeat that performance and secure a second term in the 2020 election.

Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie, co-authors of “Let Trump Be Trump” and “Trump’s Enemies,” were the featured speakers at an Ohio Republican Party fundraiser held at the Youngstown Country Club. Lewandowski served as chief political adviser and campaign manager for the Trump campaign, and Bossie signed on as deputy campaign manager following Paul Manafort’s firing by the campaign.

The luncheon event itself was closed to the news media, but Lewandowski and Bossie made themselves available to reporters for interviews following the event. The luncheon provided them an opportunity to talk about the Trump administration’s successes “and remind the Republican voters exactly what’s at stake going into next year’s presidential election,” Lewandowski said.

“We wanted to share with the folks here in Ohio exactly what Ohio meant to this president in 2016 and what it means to him today, and how important Ohio is to him and his presidency,” said Bossie, president of the PAC Citizens United.

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Fox News: Warrant sought in UC-Berkeley attack on conservative activist as Citizens United Foundation offers big reward

Citizens United Foundation is offering a $50,000 reward for details that would lead to arrest and conviction in connection with an alleged assault last week on a conservative activist on at the University of California-Berkeley.

Hayden Williams, 26, was allegedly assaulted while helping recruit conservatives at U-C Berkeley.

Two men last Tuesday approached his table at the University of California, Berkeley, where the activist was recruiting members to the conservative group Turning Point USA, although he is not a member himself. An argument ensued and Williams held up his cellphone and began filming the two men who were allegedly harassing him.

One of the two men knocked over the table, police said, and then punched Williams several times, causing injuries to his face. Much of the incident was captured on a witness’ cellphone.

In a statement, Citizens United said: “Any person having information related to this crime is requested to contact Citizens United Foundation at the following email address: BerkeleyThugReward@citizensunited.org. In the email, please provide contact information and details of the information in your possession, including relevant facts. Any information provided will be promptly forwarded to the UC Berkeley Police Department.”

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WaPo: Trump ally launches effort to blunt Md. governor’s potential 2020 challenge

As President Trump’s allies continue to try to discourage Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan from mounting a 2020 primary challenge, the president’s former deputy campaign manager David M. Bossie has started to organize a political salvo: A collection of endorsements for the president’s reelection campaign from prominent Maryland Republicans.

Bossie, who is one of two Republican National Committee representatives for Maryland, spoke at the Montgomery County GOP Convention on Saturday. There he met privately with allies of the president to discuss assembling a statement that would send a clear signal to Hogan (R) about Trump’s support in the state as the governor mulls a 2020 bid, according to two people familiar with the effort who were not authorized to speak publicly about it. They said the statement, which is not yet finalized, is expected to express support for Hogan as governor while fully backing Trump in the 2020 presidential election.

Hogan — who has high approval ratings in heavily Democratic Maryland — has long been critical of the president, but he has become more vocal since starting his second term this year. Maryland limits its governors to two terms, and some high-profile conservatives have encouraged Hogan to challenge Trump in the presidential primary. Last week, Hogan accused the RNC of taking “unprecedented” steps to close ranks around Trump and shield him from potential challengers.

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Maryland Matters: As Hogan Flirts With White House Bid, David Bossie Urging Md. Republicans to Stick With Trump

A powerful Maryland supporter of President Trump is urging prominent Republicans to remain loyal to the president — and it appears to be working.

Republican National Committeman David Bossie, who served as deputy campaign manager for Trump in 2016 and remains an informal political adviser, has been reaching out to elected officials and other influential members of the state GOP by phone in recent days, hoping to head off any movement of support toward Gov. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. (R), who is openly flirting with a White House bid in 2020.

Hogan, who has been wooed by conservatives opposed to Trump, has continued to boost his profile through national media interviews that frequently include criticism of the president and the Republican National Committee.

Several Republican officeholders in Maryland acknowledged in interviews on Monday that Bossie has contacted them to seek statements of support for the current occupant of the White House.

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Deseret News: 11 opinions on President Trump's State of the Union from The New York Times, Washington Post, CNN and Fox News

SALT LAKE CITY — President Donald Trump delivered the State of the Union address Tuesday night, and there were multiple opinions on Trump’s words, and the speech itself, in the immediate aftermath.

Trump focused on a number of topics in his speech, drifting from discussions on illegal immigration, the U.S. military, and plans to combat HIV and AIDS. He also made pointed remarks about abortion and how the U.S. will never be a socialist country. Trump also made a case for unity in his speech.

A number of columnists, opinion writers and editorial boards wrote about Trump’s speech. Here’s what they wrote.

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David N. Bossie wrote for Fox News that he feels optimistic that Trump will work with Democrats.
“Think of it. Even in the face of a permanent Democrat obstruction campaign and an onslaught of partisan investigations throughout his presidency, President Trump is choosing unity. President Trump made clear — once again – that he wants to work with Democrats on border security, health care and infrastructure. But it takes two to tango. This constitutional republic of ours cannot function if one side flat-out refuses to participate.”

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Fox Business: Democrats hate Trump more than they love the country: CU President David Bossie appears on Lou Dobbs Tonight

Feb. 05, 2019 - 3:57 - Former Trump campaign aide David Bossie on what to expect from President Trump’s State of the Union address and how Democrats are continuing to resent Trump.

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Fox Business: David Bossie discusses Ocasio-Cortez on Lou Dobbs

David Bossie joins Lou Dobbs to discuss Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez who called climate change 'our World War II.'

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CUPVF In The News

ABC News: As Democrats arm for more investigations, Trump insider confides, 'We're not ready'

One of President Donald Trump's closest political advisers, a key...

Washington Examiner: Republicans have a moment to chortle as a major Dem PAC abandons Ohio

“It also seems to repeat the stunningly counterproductive decision of...

Deseret News: Moderate Democrats in Congress are fighting two battles: one against Republicans, and one against other Democrats

“For these incoming freshmen House Democrats representing Republican leaning districts,...

The Business Journal: Lewandowski, Bossie Eye 2020 Win for Trump

YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio – Two of the architects of Donald Trump’s...

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