Fleischer went on to give some basic tips on how a presidential visit to a disaster zone should go.
The call of nature may just have saved Ari Fleischer’s life during the Fort Lauderdale airport massacre.
As a gunman opened fire in Florida’s Fort Lauderdale airport Friday, killing multiple people before police captured him, former White House press secretary Ari Fleischer was at the airport for a flight and live tweeted events.
(JTA) — Ari Fleischer, a White House press secretary under President George W. Bush, said he will leave his presidential ballot blank, walking back his endorsement of Donald Trump earlier this year. Fleischer, who serves on the board of the Republican Jewish Coalition, cited several reasons for his change of heart in a Washington Post op-ed. “Trump…
The notes are handwritten on a legal pad and provide a verbatim account of the shock, pain and grim determination aboard Air Force One on Sept. 11, 2001.
Boldfaced Jewish names have lined up behind Donald Trump, but several Conservative movement stalwarts are withholding their support from the presumptive Republican presidential nominee.
A Republican Jewish group’s endorsement of Donald Trump threatens to cause disarray among politically conservative Jews, many of whom vowed earlier Wednesday to never vote for the the real estate mogul.
When Jewish Republican Ari Fleischer tweeted his support for Donald Trump Tuesday evening, he exposed an emerging schism threatening to unravel both the Republican party and Jewish conservatives — some of whom are reluctantly lining up behind Trump while others are vowing never to support him.
Former President George W. Bush’s press secretary Ari Fleischer remembered the tragic events of September 11 in an usual way — on Twitter.
A civil war is brewing in the Republican Party between moderates and Tea Party conservatives. The schism is also dividing Jewish GOP supporters.