Backbone Radio with Matt Dunn - April 9, 2017 - HR 3

April 9, 2017

Is President Trump surrounding himself with Globalists and Democrats? Why are so many long-term, die-hard Trump-supporters feeling "on edge" at the moment? Callers weigh in with varied perspectives. We listen to a reassuring Secretary of State Rex Tillerson outline the Syrian situation, and we hear John McCain clash with Sen. Rand Paul -- once again -- regarding American involvement in the Middle East. Meanwhile, as Hillary Clinton describes her "invade the world, invite the world" approach to foreign policy, we note a prominent Syrian Refugee's criticisms of CNN, as he personally thanks Trump and states he doesn't want to leave Syria for America. Maybe the "travel ban" is not such a big deal for refugees after all? Meanwhile, terrorism comes to Stockholm, Sweden and open borders European leaders offer their predictable cliches of condolence. But might Angela Merkel, Jean-Claude Juncker and Francois Hollande be culpable in such attacks? Also, we review the Obama Administration's history of "spying" on Trump, with the disgraced Susan Rice now at the center of a burgeoning scandal. Worse than Watergate? With Listener Calls & Music via Johnny Paycheck, Paul McCartney, AC/DC, Kenny Chesney and Reba McEntire.