Giordano: Will There Be Any Dem Repercussions For Another Failure?

Dom Giordano Program | November 27, 2019

The Dom Giordano Program
November 27, 2019 - 2:00 pm
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Hunter Biden, Crack Smoking, and Gentleman’s Clubs

Today, Dom led off the Program by discussing a new accusation levied at Hunter Biden that he was smoking crack cocaine in the VIP room of a Washington D.C. strip club last year. Then, Dom reveals the results of a Twitter poll, in which he asked listeners whether or not they think congressional democrats will go through with impeachment. Also, Dom wonders whether or not a full trial would be beneficial from President Trump, and whether or not there will be repercussions for Democrats for their repeated failed attempts to remove him from office.

Bill O'Reilly Talks About His Exclusive Interview with Donald Trump

Dom Giordano talks with Bill O'Reilly about O'Reilly's exclusive interview with President Donald Trump, just in time for Thanksgiving. O'Reilly also offers the big takeaway from the interview and the issue with drug cartels. O'Reilly recalls his interviews with President Barack Obama and explains what kind of a guest the former President is. Plus, O'Reilly shares the special deals on his books for the holiday season.

Chris Tremoglie on Hate Crimes

Chris Tremoglie, a friend of the show, joins Dom Giordano to discuss a new study he’s been working on since July which was published by the Daily Caller, where Tremoglie discovered and determined that hate crime frequency has actually fallen since Trump’s second year in office. Tremoglie writes that the Department of Justice’s FBI’s Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) Program Hate Crime Statistics, which were released this month, indicate that there was a decline in the number of hate crimes in 2018. Tremoglie explains his findings and the implications said findings could and should have on the narrative centered on President Trump.