This morning around 5 a.m. on Fox & Friends I spotted Cole Perry in line at CPAC to hear President Trump’s speech today. Perry is the son of political guru Kim Perry. Smart runs in that family!
Conde Nast, publisher of Vanity Fair, Vogue, The New Yorker, Bon Appetit, Wired and a host of other left wing rags, has a new one on the newsstand. It’s called Rise Up and it is all about the women protesting Trump. The cover was urging more. Do we really need another leftist publication?
Standing in line at the women’s department at Dillard’s, I heard a woman in front of me ask the saleslady if their store was going to handle the Ivanka Trump line. She said she thought there was something at one of the stores, but they had ordered more and it should arrive soon. The husband of the woman buying clothes mentioned that Ivanka’s perfume was a top seller at Amazon. The people are much more engaged and informed than the news media likes to think.
Guess who’s been hitting New York’s bar scene. According to the New York Post, it’s Malia Obama.
“The former first daughter, who is interning for the Weinstein Company, was seen partying in the VIP section of Up&Down Friday. The young Obama, 18, has also been spotted at Soho bar the Black Lodge, attending the HBO “Girls” premiere and hitting a Fashion Week afterparty with J.Crew’s Jenna Lyons at Happy Ending. She also recently spent time with the high society crowd in Aspen, Colo.”
Megyn Kelly, formerly of the Kelly File on Fox News, attended the Golden Globes ceremony with her husband, Doug. Not a big surprise as she seems to love celebrity. Is this when her career starts its free fall?
Vice president nominee Tim Kaine pandered big time to the Hispanics in his speech at the Democrat convention last night. According to Breitbart: “At 10:11 PM, he spoke Spanish for the first time in his speech. It was less than ten minutes in. That would obviously not be the last time he spoke Spanish in the speech…At 10:21 PM, he went into Spanish mode again, saying, ‘Si se puede, si se puede, yes we can yes we can yes we can.’” Probably didn’t help them with working class Dems.
The Wall St. Journal writes, “The White House now forecasts that gross domestic product will rise 1.9% this year and 2.5% in 2017, down from estimates of 2.6% for both years in its February forecast. It reduced long-run growth forecasts, for years after 2018, to 2.2% from 2.3%.”