Dom Giordano: ‘Why Turn Away The President?’

The Dom Giordano Program | May 14, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
May 14, 2020 - 3:30 pm
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Trying To Understand DelCo’s Decision To Turn Away Trump

Today, Dom led off the Dom Giordano Program by discussing the decision by Delaware County officials to turn away President Trump, redirecting his Pennsylvania trip to Allentown. Dom tries to get down to why the County decided to do this, pontificating that it was a purely political decision. Also, Dom discusses last nights’ Tucker Carlson show, in which the Fox News host set his sights on the “sloped shoulder” Governor Wolf, and his lead health official Rachel Levine. Then, Dom hones in on a piece in the Hill, which discusses the critical importance of Pennsylvania in the upcoming Presidential election.

 

Acting DHS Secretary Calls Border Wall "Critical"

Dom Giordano talks with Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf about travelling with the President to Allentown, PA and the reason why Trump would want somebody from the Department of Homeland Security accompanying him on the trip. Wolf addresses discussions about supply chains in China. Wolf also talks about making sure the supplies are manufactured in the United States, as opposed to resorting to overseas manufacturing. Plus, Wolf explains why Trump is a revolutionary president in terms of border security and calls the border wall system "critical." 

 

Governor Tom Wolf and the Gains of Bucks County

Dom Giordano talks with Diane Ells-Marseglia about long-term care and Dr. Damsker's credentials. Marseglia talks about the small percentage of people who will not wear masks and the fear of losing the June 4th reopening date, as well as a phone call with Bucks County commissioners and their wish that Upper and Lower Bucks be split into two separate entities. Plus, Marseglia addresses her role in the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

The Time Shaq Took Part in a Drug Raid

Dom Girodano talks with radio personality John Kincade about his Philadelphia roots and long career in media.  Kincade also talks about his colleague Shaquille O'Neal and explains his political views that can be both liberal and conservative. Kincade also tells of Shaq's work as a sheriff and a drug raid Shaq took part in.