Giordano: This ‘Schiff Show’ Needs A Theme Song

Dom Giordano Program Recap | November 12, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 12, 2019 - 2:33 pm

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Is Nikki Haley much different than Mitt Romney?

Today, Dom led off the show by asking listeners what they think the theme song of this week’s upcoming ‘Schiff Show’ should be. Dom talks heavily about the upcoming public hearings, and compares them to the televised hearings of Watergate. Also, Dom discusses Nikki Haley and more information from her book, in which she dismisses the way President Trump handled Charlottesville. Also, Alan Dershowitz compares the impeachment process to the way the KGB does their business, and Representative Jim Himes (D-CT) said that Trump’s Ukraine call reads like it’s straight out of the ‘Godfather’. 

Tom Crone | Executive Director of the Camden County GOP

Dom Giordano talks with Camden County GOP Executive Director Tom Crone about being part of the GOP in "one of the bluest counties in the bluest states." Crone also explains why the Camden County GOP will not back away form their support of Donald Trump as President. Crone addresses the requests for Trump signs that he gets from supporters and explains where the Trump supporters are. Crone also talks about how he started out as a Ted Cruz supporter and explains why he came around to supporting President Trump. Plus, Crone explains why having a Republican mayor in Camden County needs to become the norm instead of a shock to the voters' system.

What’s the Biggest ‘Kitchen Table’ Issue Going Into 2020?

Dom discusses impeachment a bit further, but discusses the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday and asks listeners what they think the biggest ‘kitchen table’ will be surrounding the upcoming 2020 Presidential election, and whether the impeachment hearings will overshadow any discussion of real issues. Also, Dom is unconvinced that women are not looking at issues like the economy and immigration, after Republican strategist Sarah Chamberlain wrote in the Inquirer that the GOP’s take on healthcare is a losing issue, writing the emotionality is indeed in play for female voters.