Trump names foreign policy advisory team before big AIPAC speech


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WASHINGTON, DC –  Visits by presidential wannabes to the America Israeli Public Affairs Committee, or AIPAC, are tightly scripted events, touching all the right buttons to score points with the powerful Israel lobby.

Hillary Clinton has been there before, so it’s no surprise when she declares “Well, my friends, Israel’s security is non-negotiable.”

Donald Trump’s AIPEC speech is the first time during the campaign that he’s using prepared remarks. He wants to show he has the chops to be commander-in-chief and a friend to Israel.

Earlier today, Trump met with some Republican lawmakers to convince them to go along with the majority of republican primary voters and support his candidacy.

He also announced Alabama senator Jeff Sessions is leading the team that is counseling him on foreign affairs. Sessions officially endorsed Trump in February.

This past weekend was the wild, wild west on the campaign trail. Another trump rally, another fight.

This time an African-American Trump supporter punching and kicking a white protester who ended up in the hospital.

And, word is coming out about what happened at a Trump rally in Kansas City earlier in the month. One protester smacked a police horse in the face, then ran off.

A tip to Crime Stoppers led to the arrest of April Foster on a charge of abuse of a police service animal.

Here’s another tip: if you want to attack an animal because you don’t like trump, just say “neigh.”


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