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Resort, Las Vegas
Guest: Steve Wynn

“He [Pres. Obama] never lifted a finger to make things better for the African American community. He never lifted a finger to deal with immigration. None of these things that were ardently promised literally over and over again. You can play the tapes of his speeches. Not one single promise was even addressed. And then the Affordable Health Care Act – twenty seven hundred pages of catastrophic mistakes.”

In my latest conversation with Steve Wynn, Chairman and CEO of Wynn Resorts, Steve takes Pres. Obama to task for his failure to address the big problems facing America – the runaway national debt, immigration, rising health care costs, national defense, radical Islam, etc… Steve has voted for Democrats and Republicans and donated to each side but he can’t fathom why Pres. Obama hasn’t addressed the problems right in front of him. And as these problems pile up, America’s power and wellbeing suffer. It’s time for a change of course.

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