Texas mother throws her little boy out after he ‘voted’ for Donald Trump in school A Texas mother kicked her young son out the house after he voted for Donald Trump during a mock election at school. He told her he voted for Trump because he 'saw him on TV a lot'. MailOnline on November 12, 2016
Breakfast Briefing: The 7 stories PR pros need to know on Tuesday morning, 10.25.2016 The first official edition of Trump TV aired on Monday night. PRWeek on October 25, 2016
During an interview in Australia, Paris Hilton revealed that she voted for Donald Trump.
In case you have been wondering, Paris Hilton has revealed who she voted for in the presidential election and.. Source: Geo Beats - 3 weeks ago The special will feature objects Donald Trump values as a way to tell his life story. Source: Newsy Studio - 3 weeks ago Comedian Wanda Sykes cursed out some audience members at a charity comedy event after she was booed for criticizing Donald Trump. WBZ-TV's Louisa Moller reports. Source: WBZ CBS Boston - 3 weeks ago Watch the 60 Minutes interview with President-elect Donald Trump on WBZ-TV. Source: WBZ CBS Boston - 3 weeks ago Kellyanne Conway tweeted she's already been offered a job in Trump's White House. Source: Newsy Studio - on November 10, 2016
Is this the beginning of Trump TV? Campaign launches nightly newscast on Facebook live amid speculation the Donald will galvanize supporters behind a media empire after elections Trump launched his own nightly news program on Facebook live Monday night - although his campaign denied it was a test run of Trump TV. MailOnline on October 25, 2016
US election: 71.6m watch final Trump and Clinton debate on TV in the US The third presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump draws an estimated TV audience of 71.6 million in the US. BBC News on October 21, 2016
Facebook debate broadcast renews Trump TV talk Speculation livestream was dry-run for new post-election media network FT.com on October 20, 2016 Trump TV: Is Donald Trump planning to launch a news channel? Rumours suggest Donald Trump is planning to launch his own TV channel to rival the mainstream media that he called "biased" and "crooked". BBC News on October 20, 2016
Donald Trump previews 'Trump TV' on Facebook, covering debate without 'biased, mainstream media reporting' The Facebook Live broadcast received as many as 200,000 concurrent viewers its peak, and was structured like a full TV channel Independent on October 20, 2016 Pro-Trump group ad seeks to pit Michelle Obama against Clinton WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A Super PAC backing Republican Donald Trump is buying TV airtime in parts of Florida beginning this week for a commercial aimed at using first lady Michelle Obama’s words.. Reuters on October 18, 2016
Melania Trump describes her husband as a "gentleman" and defends "boy talk" Donald Trump has been called a lot of names over the past few months. Here’s a new one: gentleman.
His wife Melania Trump leapt to the defence of the US presidential candidate in an interview,.. City A.M. on October 18, 2016 US election 2016: Your daily dig from campaign trail With just three weeks to go until Americans go to the polls, here's your daily election dig, including a possible visit to Moscow and plans for Trump TV.... BBC News on October 18, 2016
"Trump TV" could be planned for after US election Telegraph.co.uk on October 17, 2016 73 per cent of Republicans think the US election could be rigged Donald Trump's mad warnings that the US election could be rigged are having a drastic effect on the electorate.
A new poll out from POLITICO/Morning Consult found that 73 per cent of Republicans.. City A.M. on October 17, 2016
Trump's son-in-law held talks to set up Trump TV network: FT (Reuters) - Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, informally approached LionTree Advisors Chief Executive Aryeh Bourkoff about setting up a Trump TV network after the presidential election, the.. Reuters on October 17, 2016 Donald Trump's son-in-law working to launch 'Trump TV' station after election, report claims 'Trump TV' could be the presidential hopeful's way of seizing on the huge following he has developed since he launched his bid for the White House Independent on October 17, 2016