Giordano: Where in the World is Kate Smith?

The Dom Giordano Program | January 28, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
January 28, 2020 - 11:54 am
Kate Smith

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​Former Wildwood Mayor Prepares for Donald Trump Rally

Dom Giordano talks with Former Wildwood Mayor Ernie Troiano about the Donald Trump rally and how his family has been at the convention center since last night. Troiano talks about how the President is making history by visiting Wildwood for the rally and also comments on the preparations made for the rally. Troiano talks about how losing the mayoral election was an eye-opening experience and explains why he will continue to fight for Wildwood despite the loss. Plus, Troiano gives his take on the vote for whether or not the Kate Smith statue should stay in Wildwood, explaining why he thinks it is "disrespectful" to the music icon for the statue to sit in a storage warehouse in Chester, PA.


Radio Host Harry Hurley Says Trump Fans in Wildwood Are Antithesis of Left's Stereotypes

Dom Giordano talks with the "Voice of the Shore," Harry Hurley about the Trump rally and his interviews with the President's daughter-in-law, Lara Trump. Hurley talks about Lara Trump's claim that Donald Trump will be returning to New Jersey after his Wildwood visit and also talks about meeting the first person in line at the convention center. Hurley weighs in on the behavior of the people travelling to Wildwood for the event and explains how they differ from the perception the left has of them. Plus, Hurley weighs in on PA Senator Pat Toomey.


Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron Talks Trump Rally, Kate Smith Controversy

Dom Giordano talks with Wildwood Mayor Pete Byron about the security in the town for President Trump's visit. Byron tries to give a sense of how many people will be in Wildwood by the end of the day, comparing the rally to an "Eagles tailgate." Byron also explains why it will take at least 30 days to calculate the total cost of the rally and talks about how not only Wildwood, but the county as a whole benefits from the rally. Byron calls the Kate Smith fiasco a big to-do about nothing, and expresses his wish to move on from the controversy. Plus, Byron addresses the image of Wildwood and what the city is doing to make the town a place for young adults and families as well.