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Citizens United President David Bossie on Fox and Friends

Citizens United President appeared on Fox and Friends on September 19, 2018 to discuss a series of "accomplishment oriented ads" that Citizens United is launching nationwide. 


In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura Ingraham describes Bossie as “one of the most influential players in Republican politics”

In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura Ingraham describes Bossie as “one of the most influential players in Republican politics.”


Lifezette: Time to Unify, Conservative Leaders Tell the GOP Establishment

An obsession over President Donald Trump among some Establishment Republican circles threatens to sink the entire party in November, conservative leaders warned Thursday on Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle.”

On paper, the Senate offers an opportunity for Republicans to pick up seats, with Democratic incumbents’ seeking re-election in states that Trump won by double digits in 2016.

But the GOP could not only let those chances fall through the cracks. It could actually also lose control of the upper chamber if infighting prevents a strong turnout for vulnerable Republican incumbents such as Dean Heller of Nevada and Ted Cruz of Texas.

“We all know the anti-Trump base is coming out,” said Ari Fleischer, who served as White House press secretary under George W. Bush. “Like it or not, this is a nationalized election. There’s no dodging it, and the Trump base needs to show up in presidential year numbers, not off-year numbers.”

David Bossie, president of the activist group Citizens United, said Democrats never seem to let party squabbles divide them when to comes to general elections.

“The Left is always good at standing together, no matter awkward it may be,” he told host Laura Ingraham on the Fox News show. “Look, the Republicans really need to — they have 54 days to decide whether or not they want to continue to have control of the House and of the Senate.”

Bossie criticized Republican leaders including Sens. Jeff Flake of Arizona and Bob Corker of Tennessee for never seeming to miss a chance to knock Trump, even though neither is seeking re-election due to their unpopularity back home.

“Trump Derangement Syndrome amongst some of these Republicans is really unfortunate,” he said. “Look, Flake and Corker should be out there campaigning for candidates across their states and across the country. And instead, they’re not. They’re out there attacking this president and undermining his great policy positions, these great economic numbers that we have.”

Fleischer agreed.

“Why do they have to keep stirring this pot?” he asked. “You know, I understand how the press can put a microphone in front of a politician and say, ‘Will you say something anti-Trump?’ and they run to do it. It’s not constructive.”

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Lifezette: Bossie Tells McConnell ‘to Go Nuclear’ on Border Security After Tibbetts Murder

President Donald Trump should tell Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) "to go nuclear" to pass immigration reforms by ending the 60-vote supermajority threshold after Mollie Tibbetts' murder, David Bossie said Wednesday on Fox News' "The Story With Martha MacCallum."

"So if I was advising this president, I would say, 'Tell Mitch McConnell to go nuclear.' You have to say this is a national security issue, a simple majority of the Senate to pass border security," said Bossie, who was Trump's deputy campaign manager in 2016.

McConnell can change Senate rules with a simple majority vote of the chamber.

Tibbetts, a 20-year-old University of Iowa student, was reported missing last month. The five-week manhunt that ensued concluded in tragedy Tuesday when Rivera led authorities to a body believed to be hers.

Suspected murderer Cristhian Bahena Rivera, an illegal immigrant, told authorities he saw her jogging, got out of his car and ran alongside her, causing her to feel threatened. She said she was going to call the police, at which point Rivera said he blacked out. He then led authorities to her body.

Rivera worked for four years at Yarrabee Farms in Iowa using false identification, according to the farm's co-owner. Rivera has been charged with first-degree murder, and his bond was set at $5 million.

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Fox News: Bossie: Brennan is the leader of the resistance movement

Citizens United President David Bossie on The 'Outnumbered' panel debating President Trump revoking the former CIA director's security clearance.


Fox News: Bossie - Situation Room recording an "outrageous violation of national security."

CU Pres. David Bossie on Fox News:  Former White House aide's Situation Room recording an "outrageous violation of national security."


CU v. State FOIA Lawsuit (Oct 2016 Steele Briefing Records)

Citizens United files FOIA lawsuit vs. State Dept. for records relating to Christopher Steele’s October 2016 political opposition research briefing at the State Department

CU v. State FOIA Lawsuit (Oct 2016 Steele Briefing Records) by Citizens United on Scribd


CU and CUF File Amicus Brief in American Legion's Bladensburg Cross Case

Citizens United and Citizens United Foundation have joined forces with other conservative groups in urging the Supreme Court to review and reverse a ruling by the 4th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, which held that the Bladensburg Memorial Cross, which has stood on public ground for over 100 years, is an unconstitutional entanglement between government and religion.  Our amicus brief supports The American Legion's call for clarification of the "confused state" of the Supreme Court’s Establishment Clause jurisprudence.  More specifically, we urge the Court to abandon the framework derived from its 1971 decision in Lemon v. Kurtzman  and apply, instead, "an interpretive test that is suited to the original text of the Establishment Clause."

American Legion Bladensburg Cross Amicus Brief by Citizens United on Scribd


Fox News: David Bossie on Strzok Hearing

CU President David N. Bossie appears on Fox News’ Media Buzz and asks:  When is the media going to ask Barack Obama about what went on at his Justice Department? 


State Department Changes Course in CU FOIA Lawsuit

State Department changes course in CU FOIA lawsuit asking for any State Department contracts with Christopher Steele, Sidney Blumenthal, Perkins Coie, and others:  "Upon further review, State has determined that this request should not have been rejected for failing to reasonably describe the records and that it should instead be processed."

CU v. State FOIA (07112018 Motion - State Dept. Contracts) by Citizens United on Scribd


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Citizens United President David Bossie on Fox and Friends

Citizens United President appeared on Fox and Friends on September...

In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura Ingraham describes Bossie as “one of the most influential players in Republican politics”

In Fox News interview with CU Pres. David Bossie, Laura...

Lifezette: Time to Unify, Conservative Leaders Tell the GOP Establishment

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Lifezette: Bossie Tells McConnell ‘to Go Nuclear’ on Border Security After Tibbetts Murder

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