Giordano: ‘Sondland’s Testimony Should Be The End Of The Inquiry’

Dom Giordano Program Recap | November 21, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 21, 2019 - 12:50 pm
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Why Don’t Headlines Report Sondland’s Statement About No ‘Quid Pro Quo’?

Dom began today’s show discussing the impeachment inquiry proceedings, focusing mostly on yesterday’s testimony of Ambassador Gordon Sondland. Sondland, in his opening statement, said that the quid pro quo was clear to him. Later, when Republicans dug into this statement, Sondland revealed that Trump specifically told him that he didn’t want any quid pro quo with governmental leaders of Ukraine. Dom also discusses the opening statement of David Holmes, in which he hilariously recalls the instance where he overheard a phone call between Sondland and President Trump while dining with the Ambassador at a restaurant. Also, Fox 29’s Director of News Jim Driscoll told the Philadelphia Inquirer that the network isn’t carrying the hearings because they’re unfair, and Dom recaps MSNBC’s Wednesday night Democratic debate and the pitiful performance of former Vice President Joe Biden.

Marc Lotter | Director of Strategic Communications for the Trump 2020 Campaign

Marc Lotter joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss multiple topics, including the strategic approach to capturing suburban voters in the 2020 campaign. Also, looking through the lens of strategic communications, Dom asks how the campaign will handle the ongoing impeachment inquiry, particularly the oft-misreported testimony of Ambassador Gordon Sondland. And Lotter also weighs in on last night’s Democratic debate, and the approach Trump will take to counter the eventual Democratic nominee in the upcoming general election.

President's Economic Adviser Weighs In on the USMCA

Dom Giordano talks with Stephen Moore about the USMCA and the chances of it getting done. Moore comments on Nancy Pelosi and how the Trump Administration has waited for a year for a vote from the house on the USMCA. Moore also talks about the flack Pelosi has received from her caucus on the issue and how the USMCA will benefit the economy. Plus, Moore addresses the impeachment hearings and explains why Moore thinks it has been bad for both sides, but worse for the Democrats. And Moore shares the problem with the Democrats' assault on union benefits.