Following President Donald Trump’s rally in Indiana, CNN’s Jim Acosta noted he saw Sarah Huckabee Sanders at the rally with the president. It could end up creating some legal problems for her according to the White House correspondent.
While the president has traveled all over the country doing his own rallies with members of the state’s GOP standing on stage with him, he’s now calling in the reinforcements. Demographics show that women are falling away from the GOP in drastic ways. CNN reported Monday that 62 percent of woman are supporting Democrats with only 35 percent supporting Republicans.
Sanders was recruited along with first daughter Ivanka Trump to appear at the final rallies with the president, but Acosta noted it puts them in danger of violating the Hatch Act.
The Trump White House has had problems with the law since taking office. The office of special counsel found senior advisor Kellyanne Conway violated the Hatch Act when she told Fox News viewers to buy Ivanka brand items while speaking for the president on the White House lawn.
Watch Acosta’s comments below:
‘Melania was born where?’: Ana Navarro unleashes on Trump hypocrisy of ‘go back’ to where you’re from tweet
In an epic rant on CNN Sunday, Republican consultant Ana Navarro unleashed on President Donald Trump for his racist tweets about the new freshmen Democratic women of color in Congress.
First, Navarro shamed members of her own party for not having the backbone to stand up to the president.
"Republicans have neglected their responsibility when it comes to Donald Trump three years now and I don’t think that will change because of this horrible tweet but frankly Republicans should be speaking out against this, calling it what it is. Call a spade a spade. Call a racist a racist. The problem is that they’ve enabled this racist for far too long, they’ve justified this racist for far too long. They kissed his ring far too long."
Democratic strategist says Trump couldn’t even pass a citizenship test for his own country
President Donald Trump's understanding of America is so shallow that a CNN analyst offered an on-air "bet" that we would fail the written test given that is required for immigrants to gain citizenship.
CNN's Fredricka Whitfield interviewed Democratic strategist Maria Cardona, who moved to American from Colombia when she was a two-year-old child and subsequently gained citizenship
"The blame is at the feet of this president, who has allowed this kind of talk because now he is using it himself, and he is allowing each and every racist and white supremacist in this country -- and people who feel misogynistic against women who can’t understand why women have these powers now and don’t think that they should -- he is giving them permission to come out of the woodwork and behave the way that we all learned we should not behave," Cardona explained.
Ex-GOP Rep. Mia Love blames child suicides on ‘both sides’ engaging in Trump’s racist tweets
Former Republican Rep. Mia Love followed others in her party blaming Democratic officials of color for President Donald Trump's racist comments.
During a CNN interview with Fredricka Whitfield, Love said that it was incumbent on the women of color to "take the high road."
"I think the American people, including me, we’re getting so tired of the back and forth," Love said of Trump's call for the women to go back where they came from. "I just want to say we have to remember what their jobs are."
She went on to tell the four women to do their jobs instead of focusing on Twitter battles. It's ironic given the number of times the president tweets on a day-to-day basis.