Gidley to Giordano: The Atlantic Report Is Reprehensible

The Dom Giordano Program | September 7, 2020

The Dom Giordano Program
September 07, 2020 - 11:30 am
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Hogan Gidley Says No, Trump Did Not Call Vets 'Losers' and 'Suckers'

Hogan Gidley, National Press Secretary for the Donald Trump 2020 campaign, joins the Dom Giordano Program to discuss Trump’s trip to France which is making national news, after a bombshell Atlantic report quotes anonymous sources as saying Trump called veterans ‘losers’ and ‘suckers.’ Gidley, who was in the room when this was allegedly said, clears the air and tells the story how he heard things, and explains that nothing like this happened whatsoever. Gidley also explains the ridiculousness of the report, laying forth actions the President has taken while in office that favors our veterans. Also, Gidley comments on the August jobs report, which exceeded the expectations set by forecasters.

StopPhillyFireworks Hopes To End Incessant Nightly Explosions

After months of nightly explosions in Philadelphia, two Mt. Airy women have teamed up to try and fight against the legalization of fireworks within Philadelphia city limits. On May 26, Jean Gajary posted on the Next Door social network site complaining about fireworks that’d terrorize her dogs on a nightly basis. It was there that she found she was not alone, and teamed up with Darlene M. Temple to launch Stop Philly Fireworks. Gajary and Temple explain the reasoning behind taking up this cause, and promote to listeners a new petition hoping to reverse the 2017 decision to allow the sale of fireworks in the city. To sign the petition, contact Jean at StopPhillyFireworks@gmail.com.