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Rich Zeoli represents a new generation of compelling talk radio. He grew up in New Jersey and spent his career advising candidates in for all levels of political office including President, Governor, and Congress. He was the youngest chair of a political party in New Jersey history.
A sought after speaker and coach, Rich is the founder of RZC Impact, a communications firm specializing in media training, public speaking, and strategy. His clients have included Fortune 100 C-Suite Executives, national television personalities, and bestselling authors. He has personally trained individuals for high profile speaking engagements appearances on national programs including Good Morning America, CBS Sunday Morning, Larry King Live, CBS Evening News, Hannity, Today, and many others.
Rich is the author of “The Seven Principles of Public Speaking: Proven Methods of a PR Pro,” and a Visiting Associate at the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University in New Jersey. He is the proud father of Patrick and Clare and lives in South Jersey with his wife, Brigid.
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“I wish we had lower property taxes in the state, if we did it would be even better, but its still a good bill for NJ Families” Congressman Tom MacArthur ( NJ 3rd District) told The Rich Zeoli Show on 1210AM WPHT about the Tax Reform bill expected by the end of the week.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the tax reform bill, Paul Ryan may step down, and Net Neutrality being overturned. Rich talked Carson Wentz’s ACL tear, New Jersey property tax issues, a run away cow on Market Street and Hollywood’s sex addicts and addictions.
@ 3:22 pm, Congressman Tom MacArthur
@ 4:02 pm, Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli, MD, JD, MBE and is a physician, attorney, and bioethicist.
On today’s show, Rich discussed how Moore’s defeat in last night’s Senatorial race is not a referendum on Trump, news commentators’ coverage of the election, how the FBI agents’ text messages affect the Mueller Investigation, Anderson Cooper’s mysterious tweet, and how the committee hearing of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was conducted by Democrats.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Congressman Joaquin Castro’s call for President Trump to resign from office, Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s attempt to defend Sen. Kristen Gillibrand from a Trump twitter attack, and students at Fordham University being asked to leave a campus coffee shop because of their MAGA hats. At 3:35pm Otto Voit from Americans Against Double Taxation.
The value of homes in Pennsylvania will go down this year, Voit said.
On today’s show, Rich discussed a Fox News poll saying Roy Moore opened up trailing by 10 points, polling accuracy issues and an attempted terror attack in New York City. Rich talked the tax reform bill, ending chain migration and Dennis Rodman possibly solving the North Korea problem.
Rich is on remote from Chickie’s & Pete’s in South Philly and he discussed a Roy Moore accuser admitted to forging some text in the yearbook used as evidence against Moore, Good Morning America only spending 2 minutes on the Al Franken resignation, and can whistling be sexual harassment?
@ 3:48 pm, Tim Williams, Ex. Dir. of Veterans Multi-Service Center
@ 4:35 pm, Kate McCloud Director of Advancement at the USO of Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey
@5:28 pm, Pete Ciarrocchi, the Chairman and CEO of Chickie’s & Pete’s Crab House and Sports Bar
On today’s show, Rich discussed Al Franken’s decision to resign from his position in the Senate, FBI Director Christopher Wray’s testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, and Nancy Pelosi claiming God is on the side of Democrats.
On today’s show, Rich discussed several Democrat Senators calling for Al Franken’s resignation, Donald Trump announcing the U.S. will officially recognize Jerusalem as the Capital of Israel, and the fate of the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act.
Kristen Waggoner, attorney for Masterpiece Cakeshop owner Jack Phillips, joined The Rich Zeoli Show on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the Supreme Court case- Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, Congressman John Conyers’ decision to retire, and the latest on the Bob Mueller investigation. At 3pm, Jack Phillips, owner of Masterpiece Cakeshop, and Kristen Waggoner, Senior Vice President of the U.S. Legal Division and General Counsel with Alliance Defending Freedom. At 5:30pm, former Trump Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski.
Rich is on remote from Denver, Colorado and he discussed President Trump can not be charged with obstruction of justice, Brian Ross and his false reporting issues , plus the ladies of The View react.
@ 3:36 Sean Duffy is a public affairs consultant based in Colorado. He was awarded “Best Politician” by 5280 Magazine (Denver) for his work on an pro-LGBT ballot initiative.
@ 4pm Dr. Anthony Mazzarelli , MD, JD, MBE , a physician, attorney, and bioethicist.
Professor Alan Dershowitz said Michael Flynn, President Trump’s former national security adviser, is no longer a useful witness for the prosecution because he pleaded guilty to lying.
On today’s show, Rich discussed former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn’s decision to plead guilty to lying to the FBI, Joy Behar’s reaction to Gen. Flynn’s guilty plea, and a San Francisco jury’s verdict on the killing of Kate Steinle. At 4pm, Barbera Backs the Badge. At 5pm, Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch defending 4th Amendment rights in Carpenter v. United States case, Nancy Pelosi stating that John Conyers should resign following numerous sexual misconduct allegations made against him, and the latest on Matt Lauer’s firing.
My hands are big fat idiots.
On today’s show, Rich discussed NBC’s decision to fire host Matt Lauer following sexual misconduct allegations, President Trump’s tax-reform speech in St. Louis, and whether or not GOP tax-reform legislation has enough votes in the Senate.
Chairman Ajit Pai wants to set the record straight on what he describes as the “lazy talking points” that are out there about the plan.
On today’s show, Rich discussed Rep. Nancy Pelosi and Sen. Chuck Schumer deciding to cancel a meeting with President Trump over a tweet they considered hostile, Gen. Mattis addressing North Korea’s latest ICBM test launch, and Hawaii’s attempt to confiscate firearms from citizens with legal medical marijuana prescriptions. At 4pm, FCC Chairman Ajit Pai.
On today’s show, Rich discussed John Conyers stepping down, Nancy Pelosi defending him as “an icon in our country”, Al Franken’s odd new “apology” and the GOP’s new tax bill. Rich talked Mick Mulvaney reporting to work, due process for all and President Trump’s ill-timed Pocahontas reference.
On today’s show, Rich discussed a congressional investigation into harassment allegations made against Rep. John Conyers, Mayor Jim Kenney’s reaction to Trump ending Temporary Protective Status for Haitians, and FCC Chairman Ajit Pai’s stance on net neutrality.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the Justice Department’s attempt to block a merger between AT&T and Time Warner, sexual misconduct allegations made against Rep. John Conyers, and Elizabeth Warren’s unforgettable appearance on the Stephen Colbert show.
On today’s show, Rich discussed new allegations against Al Franken, The US designating North Korea as a state sponsor of terror and Andrew Cuomo being named in a sexual harassment lawsuit. Rich talked President Trump’s use of Twitter, his tweet-war with LaVar Ball, Morning Joe suggesting President Trump practiced “blatant racism” and 5 alternative animals to hunt instead of elephants.
On today’s show, Rich discussed the House passing the GOP tax bill, The federal corruption trial of Sen. Bob Menendez ending in a mistrial, and Al Franken facing allegations he groped and “forcibly kissed” a woman without her consent plus Roy Moore defending himself.
At 5:58 pm , Maureen Falkner -On Saturday, November 18th at the Irish Pub is the 4th Annual Families Behind the Badge event with Maureen Faulkner. She’ll be guest bar-tending, along with Judy Cassidy, Deputy Commissioner Sullivan, and a number of other families that unfortunately lost a family member in the line of duty.
Rich is on remote from Montgomery County Community College and discussed Democrats announcing they will be filing articles of impeachment against President Trump, Rich asks will there be a verdict reached in the Bob Menendez trial and what will happen with Roy Moore? Rich talked the 2nd amendment, gun control and CNN airing a segment claiming a dog’s inner ear resembles President Trump.
At 4:35 pm, senior writer for National Review and senior fellow at the National Review Institute, David French
On today’s show, Rich discussed Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, Sen. Mitch McConnell imploring Judge Roy Moore to withdraw from the Alabama race for Senate, and Rep. Maxine Waters leading the Glamour Awards in a chant to impeach Donald Trump.
Treasury Secretary: The Economic Growth With This Tax Plan Will Cover The $1 Trillion Added To The Debt
Mnuchin went on to describe how the corporate tax cut will be beneficial to the economy.
Rich is on remote from The Fox News Studios in New York and he discussed the Bob Menendez trial, Roy Moore and the accusations derailing a Senate race plus Ivanka Trump visiting New Jersey and talking taxes. Rich talked Jeff Sessions’ name being floated around by the White House to replace Roy Moore and people smashing their Keurig in boycott.
At 4:20 pm, the 77th United States Secretary of the Treasury, Steven Mnuchin
At 4:37 pm, author and Fox & Friends’ Brian Kilmeade
Rich is on remote from The Porch At The Lamb in DelCo and discussed the disparity in coverage between the Roy Moore & Bob Menendez , Rand Paul and his garden brawl with his neighbor, Megyn Kelly and her show welcoming the woman who flipped of President Trumps’s motorcade and the special election going on in Alabama.
At 4:30, Phil Kerpen, President of American Commitment
White House Budget Director Mick Mulvaney said Thursday that the White House is “indifferent” to the Senate’s proposal to delay the corporate tax cut until 2019.