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The most prominent American political consultant, Dick Morris has become well known for his probing, insightful, hard-hitting and clear commentary on the FoxNews channel. With his wife, Eileen McGann, Dick has written sixteen books, including twelve New York Times best-sellers. Their almost daily columns circulate by e mail to 500,000 people and hundreds of thousands more read them ondickmorris.com, their famous web site. He now produces a daily video on his site, seen by over 140,000 separate people each week with a history lesson every Saturday.
Domestically, Morris has handled the winning campaigns of more than thirty Senators and Governors. Internationally, he has piloted the successful campaigns of the president or prime minister of Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Uruguay, Kenya, Spain, Hungary, Poland, Taiwan, and Japan.
Morris first came to national attention when he provided the strategy that engineered Bill Clinton’s stunning comeback re-election victory in 1996, rescuing his presidency after he had lost control of Congress in 1994. Called “the most influential private citizen in America” by Time Magazine, Morris steered Clinton back toward the center and was a key player in the Clinton Administration initiatives that balanced the budget, cut taxes, and reformed welfare.
The Morris-Clinton relationship began in 1977 when he handled Bill’s first campaign for governor. After Clinton was elected, he fired Morris and lost his bid for re-election in 1980. After bringing Morris back, Clinton asked him to guide his successful re-election campaigns in 1984, 1986, and 1990.
Morris’ and McGann’s latest book is Here Come the Black Helicopters: UN Global Governance and the Loss of Freedom.
Dick Morris and Gary R’Nel spoke with Donald Trump on 1210 WPHT about his lawsuit to get his name removed from the Trump Plaza and Trump Taj Majal in Atlantic City
Stockman alleges that during the talks to secure the release of Bergdahl, Taliban negotiators only requested that four detainees be released, and the President’s administration insisted they take five.
Dick Morris and Gary R’Nel spoke with Philadelphia Inquirer Reporter Craig McCoy, who co-authored their story last week about Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane halting an investigation that allegedly caught many politicians, including some high ranking Democrats, accepting bribes.
Dick Morris Speaks With Attorney Susan Chana Lask About Ambien Allegedly Triggering Bizarre Behaviors
Dick Morris talked with high profile attorney Susan Chana Lask who won a class action lawsuit which required the FDA to put stronger warning labels on hypnotics like the drug Ambien.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The ten-year-old, critically ill Delaware County girl whose desperate search for a donor lung captured national attention is undergoing surgery today at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia after a donor lung became available. [...]
On Tuesday, WPHT’s Gary R’nel spoke with Congressman Lou Barletta, who is calling for a rebuff of the law so that Sarah Murnaghan might be able to receive the transplant.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A school board member from Evesham is under fire for allegedly making a remark described by some as “anti-Semitic.” On Thursday, WPHT’s Dick Morris and Gary R’nel spoke with Board of Education [...]
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Dick Morris and Gary R’nel spoke with Philadelphia Police Deputy Commissioner Kevin Bethel on Friday. They discussed Philadelphia’s crime, homicide and incarceration rates as they compare to other major cities in the [...]