RUSH: In Paris this week, leaders from 50 countries took part at the big global climate summit. President Trump was not invited. The Washington Post reports the summit ended up being “all about Trump” anyway. Everything always is.
RUSH: So have you heard the latest on Strzok and Robert Ohr, DOJ, and his wife Nellie? You know, they were communicating by ham radio. She applied for a ham radio license during their investigation of Trump, all this time they were prepping the Trump dossier, so that their communications couldn't be monitored by anybody.
RUSH: This is somebody tweeting from The Politico who writes at the New York Times with some hearsay. "My friend Anna taught Don Jr. preschool in Manhattan. She asked him to move his mat one day, and he said F-you, b-i-itch. He was three." And then she wrote, "Today's for you, Anna."
RUSH: You know, net neutrality is the same as affordable health care for all Americans. There wasn’t nothing affordable about Obamacare, was there? You remember, “You get to keep your doctor and keep your plan if you like it”? They’re doing the same lying technique here with net neutrality.
RUSH: There's no way, there is no measure in which the Obama economy outperforms Trump's. There is no measure that says Trump's economy is simply an outgrowth of Obama's. Trump has had to institute a whole bunch changes, change the focus, change the overall outlook of America's role in the world in order to make these economic circumstances happen.
RUSH: It's not a slam dunk in the Senate by any stretch.
RUSH: It isn't new, though. Twitter is just exposing it. It has always been there and it is multiplying, and it's intensifying. And along with the hatred is violent rage. And that intimidates people into silence and shutting up, don't want to encounter it. It is deep, and it is personal.
RUSH: Is he talking about me or Bannon? He's upset that I didn't criticize Bannon for being to blame for what happened in Alabama.
RUSH: I was perusing the Drudge Report last night, just the headlines, overcome by it, so I printed it out. I'm gonna run through some of this headline by headline and share with you my take on it. But here are three headlines from the Drudge Report that set up the Newt Gingrich Facebook post.
RUSH: This Politico story looks like the cover of a magazine… I mean, it's not "might," it's not "thinking about it," it's "done deal." And it turns out to be not true?
CALLER: So I had a question. I'm in an AP government class, and my teacher over the last couple of days has been ragging on the Trump tax plan, saying that it's going to hurt the middle class and it's only going to help "big corporations." How do you respond to that?
RUSH: It's amazing, all these young people that call. You sound like you're really bright and I'm so honored and proud that you are among the people that have read the books.
RUSH: April Ryan — liberal Drive-By — had it wrong.
RUSH: No longer is this just gonna be a long list of stories that I might mention on the program. Now, you will get specifically the stories that I talk about on the program and a select list of a few others that I intended to get to but ran out of time. It's going to be more of a real-time base feature rather than just a generic list of places that I go to prep the show.