Trump ‘Surprised’ Over Recent Supreme Court Rulings; Warns Conservatives ‘Not Doing Too Well’

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Tuesday said he was “surprised” by a series of Supreme Court rulings against him and warned that conservatives are “not doing too well.”

The Supreme Court is “supposed to be in our favor,” the president said during an interview with CBN’s David Brody.

“I was surprised, I was surprised,” the president said of the court’s most decision that LGBTQ workers are protected by the 1964 Civil Rights Act under Title VII. “Some people felt that it was a decision that they weren’t as surprised as I was. Yeah, I was surprised.”

“So far we’re not doing too well,” the president said. “Look: We’ve had a lot of losses, with a court that was supposed to be in our favor. This is just to show what it means.

“We need — you know you’ll probably have a couple of more judges in the next four years,” he said. “It could even be more than that, it could be three or four. If you have a radical left group of judges, religion, I think will be almost wiped out in America. If you look at it, pro-life will be absolutely wiped out. So, if you have that happening, pro-life is going to be out, it’s going to be gone.”

GIVE IT UP, DEMS: Trump declares the ‘blue wave’ dead

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump on Wednesday claimed early victory for Republicans in next week’s midterm election by declaring the Democrats self-proclaimed “blue wave” essentially dead.

“I think the blue wave is dead, frankly,” Trump told Christian Broadcast Network’s David Brody and Jenna Browder during an interview recorded onboard Air Force One. “And I think we’re doing very well. It looks like we’re going to win the Senate which is very important.”

Trump, who said early voting results show Republicans doing “very well in the House,” also took the opportunity to slam Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi who claimed earlier this week that she’s “confident” that Democrats will win in next weeks election.

“She’s been losing for a long time, so you know, she would like to win,” Trump said. “She’s been saying she’s going to win for a long time. She hasn’t been doing too well. We’ll see what happens. I think we’re going to do very well.”

During the interview, the president also responded to critics who’ve accused him of “riling up his base” through anti-immigration rhetoric so close to the mid-term elections. Republicans are needed now more than ever, he argued, if his administration hopes to pass his tough immigration policies through congressional party lines.

“Well, if I am, I’ve been doing it for a long time because I’ve been on this issue for a long time, ever since you’ve known me and now we have a chance to do something about it,” he told CBN. “The problem is we have no Democrat votes. We need Democrat votes in order to pass bills. You know, because we have a very little, tiny majority.”

While many national polls show Democrats picking up steam in the House race, Republicans appear primed to retain control over the Senate and possibly even expand their majority.

President Trump and Vice-President Mike Pence have announced a series of upcoming rallies scheduled between now and next Tuesday in the hopes of driving Republicans out to vote.



WASHINGTON, D.C. — An evangelical pastor has come forward with claims that a high ranking Republican official told him of plans to “take out” president Donald Trump.

Rodney Howard-Browne claims he is going public with the information in an effort to prevent Trump from becoming “the next JFK”.

During an appearance on Revival Ministries International (, Howard-Browne said he spent “from 9:30 in the evening until 12:30am with one of the senior ranking members of Congress” who told him of the plot and advised him that “there’s nothing we can do to stop it.”

“He said ‘there is a plot on Capitol Hill to take the president out’, I said ‘you mean by impeachment or by indictment’ – he said ‘no, to take him out, he will be removed suddenly from office’,” said Howard-Browne, before adding, “you can read between the lines”.

Howard-Browne refused to identify the Congressman who allegedly told him of the plot to kill the president but said he “had been in office since 1996”.

Howard-Browne claims that he shared the warning during an interview on the CBN Network but that network executives ordered that portion of the interview be cut out.
He says he has decided “to go public with this because we have to.”

The pastor claims the congressman informed him of the plan by the “deep state” to stop Trump because of his agenda to redirect America back toward Conservative values and that they were trying to “set the president up in every way”.

With non-lethal plans to stop him apparently failing, says Howard-Browne, the Congressman advised him that it’s now time to move on to “Plan-B”.

As a result of the meeting with the congressman, Howard-Browne has called for people around the world to “pray around the clock for the protection of the president” and asked a group of pastors who had gathered with him in the Oval Office to lay hands on Trump and pray for his safety. A photo of Howard-Browne leading his fellow pastors in prayer over the 45th president quickly went viral when it was released by the South African pastor on social media.